No disrespect, Jon Stewart, but you kind of only have one good impression.
Thankfully, it's this one.
Anyone who watches "The Daily Show" every week has probably noticed this go-to character. You know, the one Stewart does almost once an episode, or at least anytime after he says the phrase, "No disrespect."
It can mostly be described as Joe Pesci's character in "Goodfellas" (with some New York City teamster thrown in for good measure) but a story doesn't have to be related to the mob for Stewart to break out this impression.
Sometimes, it's the only attitude that's appropriate.
From Donald Trump's birther investigations in Hawaii to Osama bin Laden's discovery in Abbottabad (now tell us that name wasn't made for this impression?), Stewart's responses to the news always sound better when done in this voice. And after you watch the two-minute supercut we put together, you're going to have a hard time remembering what Stewart actually sounds like.
So, without further ado, we present to you the ultimate Jon "No Disrespect" Stewart supercut. Now fuggedaboutit!