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    Default 11th Doctor - Matt Smith - MBTI?

    What type do you think he is? He hasn'tshown much yet, but still. Heres one video.
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    Can anyone who's seen the first 2 eps tell me what they thinK? I haven't actually seen any yet but the pilot is coming on tomorrow (no important spoilers please).

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    Similar to David Tennant's; ENTP.

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    ENTP. Too similar to Tennant's Doctor for me so far. I love Tennant, but I wish Smith had been given the opportunity to distinguish himself more. I can hear some of his line readings in David Tennant's voice done the exact same way.

    I'm honestly not all about this season so far. I liked the first episode a lot, but the last two have been decidedly lackluster, particularly with regard to plotting -- very surprising as Moffat's episodes for the Davies series were so strong. It's just all very thin. I'd imagine, though I don't know for sure, that it's probably more akin to the classic Who series than the revived version. More surface-level action adventurey and (IMO) too obvious, both in regards to relationships and plotlines. There's a lot of telling rather than showing. And I was going to keep an open mind regarding the special effects budget cuts, but they were painfully obvious in the third episode.

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    Cheap ENTP Tennant knockoff. Don't get me wrong I adore Ten, but Matt Smith is not Ten. He's Eleven.
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    Aww that's a bit harsh. I've only seen one episode so far, and he seemed slightly Tennanty, but I already feel he seems a fair bit different (and I have been told some of this was intentional Tennant acting since he's still changing and that it gets more different in later eps). I think he seems like a bit more eccentric than Tennant, and a bit darker and more active, although some of that could have to do with the regeneration. Still, I'm loving it so far.

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    I don't want to criticize Matt Smith because a lot of it is the writing -- he's just being written very similarly to the 10th Doctor so far, so there hasn't been much opportunity to distinguish himself. But I think he's also got it going against him that he has a very similar energy to Tennant -- not quite as intensely manic, but still extremely quirky and high-energy. It's still very early, so I have hopes that he'll find his place in the role as the series progresses. He is really the least of my problems with the last couple of episodes. I think he's charming and has good comedic timing. I'm not loving the Doctor/companion dynamic after the first few episodes, but I wouldn't fault Smith and Gillan for that.

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    Also, what do you think the ninth doctor was? I find him hard to type. E/I anf J/P are confusing me. He can be spontaneous but also very planning, sure of himself and such. Also, he's good at giving orders and likes to joke around alot, but can also be detatched, unempathetic to others and says he 'doesn't do domestic'.

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    Tennant's Doctor is not hard to type at all. Obvious ENTP is obvious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Tennant's Doctor is not hard to type at all. Obvious ENTP is obvious.
    I said 9, not 10. 9 is Eccleston.

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