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Louis Litt (Character)
from "Suits" (2011)

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Suits: Season 3: Episode 10 -- An old nemesis returns to complicate the Pearson Darby negotiations and put Harvey and Scottie on opposite sides once again. Meanwhile, Mike and Rachel find themselves in Jessica's crosshairs.

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Louis Litt is a lawyer and senior partner at Pearson Hardman Specter... See more »


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  1. "Suits"
        - Episode #6.1 (2016) TV episode, Played by Rick Hoffman
        - 25th Hour (2016) TV episode, Played by Rick Hoffman
        - Tick Tock (2016) TV episode, Played by Rick Hoffman
        - Self Defense (2016) TV episode, Played by Rick Hoffman
        - God's Green Earth (2016) TV episode, Played by Rick Hoffman
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From "Suits: Blood in the Water (#2.12)" (2013)
Mike Ross: Wow, yeah, that is a tattoo.
Harold Gunderson: It's cool, right?
Mike Ross: Yeah. A manatee. The slow, gentle cow of the sea
Harold Gunderson: Uh uh no, it's a shark actually.
Mike Ross: [Looks again] Totally. No, yes that is- that's a shark. That is a big wide fat shark.
Louis Litt: [enters] You're fired.
Harold Gunderson: Oh! You can't fire Mike!
Louis Litt: *You*. You moron. You can't even get your firing right.
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