Ignorance is not cool to show off hulu. Music, sports, concerts, food, and clothes from black americans have reshaped the culture in the majority of the world within this generation and none of the black culture that had a role in it came from the ignorant offensive stereotype you drummed up and decided to label/discredit all black americans.
Lol ppl keep fking up in the firm which is why Harvey seems like he fails and gets rescued by co-workers.
He picks his fights and only went after battles in his favor prior to Mike who tackles every moral case win or lose which slowly forced Harvey to go after losing battles which shows his more "reliant" side.
Plus cops are never in situation with strangers where it's about what the cops can personally do for the stranger but usually what the stranger can do for the cops whether it's witness, mole, or info gathering.
I've ignored nothing you've said and even responded to each statement yet you seem ignore and continue going about saying the same things I've disproven which I will not bother posting again seeing as how the scroll-bar still works.
Your habit of ignoring tidbits of the episodes and only reacting to the juicy parts is clearly seen in both the show and half of what you said in other posts including your current post which wouldn't even be typed if memory had served you right.
And you've reverted to un-backed up opinions/claims without substance or evidence and questioning what I've cleared up already without fault which even lead to you drum up some nonsense that I must be some type of way or live some type of life to post the reality of Louis' situation.
You're belief of "man the fk up" or the stereotype of "guys behave a certain harsh way in friendships". I understand things like that yet has any of that fit the character Louis this whole show? Obviously not, so instead of dreaming up that everything should go according to your beliefs of 1D character and social standards, just accept the reality of the situation that it does not.
Yes Louis is being a dick, as I've pointed out BEFORE and that each action has a justified/unjustified reason behind it.
"I like louis being the villian and I'm ok with the cast taking appropriate action against him."
Which is something else that cleared up half your pointless post. I'm done now that I cleared it up enough to either let you pick a side and stand down, or let your bias explode into another essay. Though the resulting action is apparent.