Seth Meyers 'SNL' Last Episode: Bill Hader's Stefon, Amy Poehler or Jimmy Fallon Returning? [POLL]

Saturday, Feb. 1 will be Seth Meyers last day on Saturday Night Live, so many guests may stop by to bid him goodbye.

Meyers has been a part of Saturday Night Live since 2001, making him the most senior cast member of the current cast. He became the Weekend Update anchor in 2006 where he has stayed ever since, either with or without co-anchors.

As Meyers prepares to leave for his new late night talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers, he will be saying goodbye to SNL on the Feb. 1 episode, with host Melissa McCarthy and musical guest Imagine Dragons. This means that there might be a guest or two stopping by to celebrate his legacy and be there for his final moments.

Meyers' former co-anchor Amy Poehler may return, as she often has, to the Weekend Update desk one last time. There might even be an appearance by Jimmy Fallon, who Meyers is replacing at Late Night. Former anchor Tina Fey might show up as well.

SNL's Weekend Update has seen several colorful characters since Meyers' stint on the show. One of the most memorable and special characters to Meyers is Stefon, the gay city correspondent played by Bill Hader over several seasons. Hader left SNL in May 2013 and has not returned since, but he may return to reprise his role as Stefon for one final show.

Meyers has bid goodbye to many memorable Weekend Update guests of late, including Jacob the Bar Mitzvah boy (Vanessa Bayer), Drunk Uncle (Bobby Moynihan) and Ariana Huffington (Nasim Pedrad). Viewers may witness even more memorable characters return for Meyers' final show.

The final SNL for Meyers airs Saturday, Feb. 1 at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.

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