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    Warden Leo Glynn - ESTJ Agreed on STJ.. while he uses Te.. it's not dominant, he also lacks salient ESTJ traits. He expresses a strong Si in several episodes.. and seems like an introvert, his interaction style is also quiet and rather strict I'd agree with that.

    Augustus Hill -INFP Agreed on NFP.. he is possibly ENFP though,his manner is extroverted or atleast he has a decent amount of it, borderline case, when he does his explaintory observations.. he does it with FI Good point with the Fi. I'd agree with that as well.

    Tobias 'Toby' Beecher - ISTJ Disagree.. he is INXP.. leaning on INFP, Lots of times he uses secondery style Ne to dismantle Schillingers plan's of destruction Changed that to INFJ earlier, ISTJ never really sat right but I can't find a clear type for him as I see his character as chopping and changing beyond what someone would do in reality. I don't see how he uses Ne to stop Schillinger.

    Ryan O'Reily - ENTP One of the harder characters to type.. The persona is EXTPish.. always looking out for leverages and ways of self-gain, but he gives off a ISTP vibe. ISTP in an interesting call, I find him too manipulative and big-picture-focused for that, he seems strongly ENTP to me. An ISTP would do things themselves, O'Reily manipulates everyone else to do thing for him.

    Tim McManus - ENFJ agreed.. though i am unsure if he is N.. despite the idealism. That was my thought too, the other alternative was SJ but he hates rules for the sake of rules, he constantly disagrees with Glynn and Devlin for that reason, so I went with a Fe fuelled NFJ.

    Sister Peter Marie Reimondo - INFJ hmm she is hard to type My thinking was similar to McManus, she chooses her personal morals over rules constantly. Somewhat of a martyr, strong Fe.

    Kareem Said - ENFJ More I'ish He's very much a leader which is why I went with E but that could be less about wanting to lead more about others wanting to follow, I could see that.

    Chris Keller -ENTP Disagree about the N.. he is a prime example of a ESTP manipulator.. he doesn't have any long-term goals.. and his motivations are usually erratic and more in terms of "Because i can". He enjoys manipulation and interact's tactically.. he is also engages physically and detail oriented. Changing the knife prop in the series final to the real one.. calling in favor with a friend to destroy the aryan brotherhood with anthrax... getting caught after robbing a store and escaping with a motorbike.. seems like ESTP things to do Heh, I did think about ENTP v ESTP here and went with the former because to me his moves actually seemed calculated, at least in the sense that he's toying with people just to see how they react. I agree with the engaging physically, ENTPs can engage in Se as a method of avoiding dealing with things they donít want to. I'm not really convinced either way.

    Simon Adebisi - ESFP While his intake drugs made him erratic and scattered.. he came off as a classical ESTP bully to me. I'd say Under developed ESXP, since he neither displayed salient Ti/Fi traits Couldn't see a strong leaning to Ti or Fi in him, just lots and lots of Se, he goes with what feels right at the time, his reactions seemed more emotionally fuelled though.

    Officer Sean Murphy - INTP sensor? can't remember enough to type him He struck me as the quintessential and only clear INTP, Logical Ti and quick Ne with the dry sarcasm to match.

    Kenny Wangler - ISFP Kenny was the only ESFP in the series Thinking about it again, I'd agree with that, he needed people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey_Peltast View Post
    Some critics to your list.

    Ryan O'Reily - ENTP One of the harder characters to type.. The persona is EXTPish.. always looking out for leverages and ways of self-gain, but he gives off a ISTP vibe.


    Chris Keller -ENTP Disagree about the N.. he is a prime example of a ESTP manipulator.. he doesn't have any long-term goals.. and his motivations are usually erratic and more in terms of "Because i can". He enjoys manipulation and interact's tactically.. he is also engages physically and detail oriented. Changing the knife prop in the series final to the real one.. calling in favor with a friend to destroy the aryan brotherhood with anthrax... getting caught after robbing a store and escaping with a motorbike.. seems like ESTP things to do
    Chris Keller, like Trinity said, could very well be caught in a Se loop to escape certain realities that his naturally inclined "Ne" would reveal. One time I clearly seem to get the impression of him as Ne is after he took the bullet for Tobey in the earlier season.

    And, there's a scene when he finally returned from the hospital back to sharing the pod with Beecher, and Beecher wakes to find Chris huddled on the ground, rocking back and forth.

    He spoke of, 'dying, being to hell and back, that he was there, but, they brought him back, to pay the penance'. He thinks of the big-picture, long-range, but, mostly in scams, which we don't see much 'abstraction' in. Ti?

    But, his few insights into introspections (even with Sister Pete), we really saw him reaching (and reconciling) with 'what ifs'/possibilities/Ne. It's one he fears, even though its there naturally as his dominant function - we only see it's utility in schemes, ponzis, there's that N-flair/twist. But, true insight into his Ne-dom, in terms of abstract way of how the character viewed life, I think was skewed by the very reality of such a character 'getting caught and imprisoned'...thus, Se crutch to escape/ignore.

    Ryan O'Reiley has this need to be the behind-the-scenes puppeteer of the whole Oz show....while he's backstage, snickering. This shows a want to interact (even if to manipulate), using humans as pieces....thus, I'd make the case for extraversion (versus ISTP).
    I think more than Keller, O'Reiley gives off a more S vibe, so I'm not entirely convinced on his N/S. I think if I tried hard enough I could probably argue a case for either, or. So, with any amount of confidence, I'd stick with: EXTP, as you've outlined.

    His brother Cyril is obviously stunted, mental growth wise, but, I can see him being IXFP, which can work with the EXTP and IXFP dynamics, in terms of the extravert thinker 'tucking in the' introverted feeler under his wing, from the big bad world, if a level of care is already established (which, as brothers, they have).

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