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Flashback: Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer Goes After Wetlands

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Few things bring back the sweet feeling of nostalgia for the early 90s like Saturday Night Live. We were blessed with comedic genius from actors like Chris Farley, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Mike Meyers, Dana Carvey and many more. Holding them all together was the venerable wit and talent of Phil Hartman. The list of characters this guy could impersonate was legendary. His Sinatra was particularly hilarious.

Still, I remember a certain segment called “Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer” that was absolutely ridiculous, but still made me laugh. With today’s Geico commercials and an upcoming Fall series devoted to the topic, it’s even more relevant.

Anyways, this is a bit of a stretch, but there is an environmental side to this short clip from the show that aired sometime in the late 80’s/early 90s. Enjoy. Laugh. Remember how good SNL truly used to be.

And don’t be angry with the character. He’s just a caveman.

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