up until just now, i had found YouTube to be wondrous but incomplete. rare clips of Thelonious Monk and John Fahey, Crispin Glover acting out on late-night TV, video diaries of stoned dudes rambling about insects--that was all good and well, but something vital was missing: "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer."
there's little i could say that would do justice to the brilliance of these classic SNL skits, but i wanted to bring up one interesting point. i always thought it was funny that the writers bothered to give the title character a name; i originally imagined it as being spelled "Keyrock," as in, "It's just Keyrock, your honor, and yes, I'm ready." in doing some internet searches, though, i found out that it's actually spelled "Cirroc." wtf??? where does that come from?
as far as i know, the text of the name never appeared on the show, but "cirroc unfrozen" gets 1080 Google hits, while "keyrock unfrozen" only gets like 75. weird, no?
also, note the usage and pronunciation of the word "crevasse" in the opening montage.