revenge is a kind of wild justice, suits, louis litt/donna paulsen
revenge is a kind of wild justice, louis litt/donna paulsen
Here’s a secret: Louis Litt always wanted to be an actor.
Okay, so maybe that’s less a secret and more a predictable and rather mundane revelation. He was born with a vicious streak, that everybody knows; and everybody knows that vicious streaks serve you just as well in Hollywood as they do on a courtroom floor. He wasn’t born nasty, but he learnt it, in time. He wasn’t born in the spotlight, but now he drags it to himself because you find your light and you stay there. He wasn’t born with both feet on the stage, but he’ll damn well get the lead if it kills him, bowing to applause and flashing a smile that makes you more than a little nervous. He knows what he is. He knows what he looks like. That’s power. (People get it when it’s Harvey. That one’s always stuck in his craw.)
Louis Litt always wanted to be an actor. Look at him now, tell him he isn’t.