‘Suits’: Louis Litt’s 6 Best Moments
The American legal drama series, Suits is now into the fifth season and just been renewed for a sixth. The show quickly rose to the top as one of the most popular shows on the USA network. Suits is definitely one of those shows that is built on a great cast, without them the show just wouldn’t have the same level of success. One of the most popular characters to tune into is Louis Litt, played by Rick Hoffman. Similar to Ari on Entourage, Louis Litt is one of those larger than life characters that is constantly stealing the show! Rick Hoffman is so good at portraying the hot-headed, needy, egotistical lawyer who constantly feels under appreciated next to his long-time nemesis, Harvey Specter, he has become a character fans love to hate and hate to love. There’s been a lot of great episodes in the past 4 years featuring Louis’ hilarious behavior and witty one liners, but we’ve narrowed down this list to his 6 best moments on the show:
6. He’s Well Versed in the Rules of Football
Louis is expecting a new client who he wants to impress so he went to great lengths to study up on the rules of ‘football.’ Fans of the show know that he’s not exactly the most athletic and would prefer to attend the opera or the ballet over any kind of sporting event, but nonetheless Louis rushes into Harvey’s office with excitement to show off his new found knowledge. What he doesn’t realize is that his new client is from Europe where the term football refers to soccer, not American football…Of course Harvey and Mike know this, but don’t tell him because it’s much more fun to watch him make a fool of himself!
5. His Bucket List
Loyal fans of the show know that Louis Litt cannot live without his dictaphone — whether he is pacing in his office sorting out his random thoughts or sitting at his desk mumbling about his latest debacle, Louis always has his recorder handy and it’s full of his incessant ramblings. He’s also been known to record people like Harvey telling him he’s “the man” and replay it back over and over again. But most of all, he likes to use it to list off reminders for himself, or for his former secretary, Norma. For example, to go out and buy socks because he’s running low or to log a particular feeling that day. There’s many, many funny quotes to take from these scenes, but our favorite is when Louis lists off his bucket list. His bucket lists contains things like climbing a volcano, yodel at the top of a mountain and meet Kenneth Branagh and challenge him to a soliloquy contest…and win.