By Jonathon Dornbush
August 06, 2015 at 07:15 PM EDT
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What will Jon Stewart’s legacy be when he leaves The Daily Show? According to his correspondents, it’ll simply be as a man who was on TV … who had a very vindictive segment title producer.

Jordan Kleeper, Jessica Williams, and Hasan Minhaj presented Stewart with one final montage looking back at his history as host of The Daily Show. But rather than focus on any one aspect of his time behind The Daily Show desk, the compilation brings together a few of Stewart’s longest-running gags, as well as a few of his most disturbing moments.

Watch the montage below to see Stewart tackle — with varying degrees of success — every accent he can muster, as well as plenty of awkwardly written segment titles and more than a few Goodfellas references.

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