Despite Russell Crowe's disappointing outing last week, we have very high expectations for Julia Louis-Dreyfus on Saturday Night Live. And why wouldn't we: she's been the star of two of the greatest American sitcoms of all time (Veep returns April 24th!) and she used to be a castmember of SNL, so clearly she knows her way around Studio 8H. If anyone can break the SNL cold streak of late, it's her.

Of course, she is a former castmember who has no truly memorably recurring characters—except for Big Zit Cindy. Who could forget Big Zit Cindy and her hilarious zitty antics.

In more SNL content news, The Washington Post took a trip down memory lane by revisiting 25 years of Hillary Clinton being parodied on the show. It's pretty remarkable to realize that Clinton has been portrayed by at least six actors (seven if you count Miley Cyrus) since the early 1990s, including Jan Hooks, Janeane Garofalo, Ana Gasteyer, Amy Poehler, Vanessa Bayer, and current star Kate McKinnon.

And in case you missed it, McKinnon killed it in the cold open as Hillary grappled with her recent string of primary losses and desire to appeal to young New Yorkers.