Comedy Central is wishing "Jon Voyage" to Jon Stewart as he prepares to leave The Daily Showbehind.

To celebrate his 16-year tenure as host, the network is going to stream every single episode of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart — more than 2,000 episodes in total — in a row, according to Variety. The network is calling the event they're calling "Your Month of Zen."

The Daily Show was hosted by Craig Kilborn from 1996 until January of 1999, when Stewart took over. His last day in the anchor chair will be August 6.

Comedy Central is going to begin streaming all of Stewart's episodes online at noon ET on June 26. The super-marathon will end on August 6 to coincide with Stewart's final broadcast. That gives you enough time to watch every single episode — if you watch it continuously and almost never take breaks to eat or sleep. Hey, it's summer break, right?

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From August 1-3, you can also catch episodes (in audio form, at least) on SiriusXM on the Comedy Central Radio channel.

The network also announced a special on August 2 called "News Your Own Adventure," in which Daily Show correspondents Jordan Klepper, Hasan Minhaj and Jessica Williams will take a look at the best segments from the show as voted by viewers in an online poll.

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