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    Does anyone have any theories on what Eddie is?

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    INFJ.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    INFJ? I could see that. I always liked him and Joey together for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    INFJ? I could see that. I always liked him and Joey together for some reason.
    I've never seen the show.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    I had always pegged Eddie for ENTP. The caring aspect of him is him learning to utilize the tertiary Fe. He's dominated by impulses and analogies. He left Joey in the end for her not following her impulses and living life on the edge. He probed her at the beginning of season 6 about her trip to Paris in reference to following impulses. He's at least ENxP.

    If you want to know the F vs. T, compare him to Audrey. Audrey is VERY extraverted and very much so a perceiver, but she is not guided by her senses. She follows her ideas and impulses, acting on what feels good.

    I still don't buy INFJ for Dawson. He's too systematic and structured in a logical way. One thing that comes to mind is when he confronted Todd about him working for him on the film set. He told Todd, "I feel like I lost a part of my soul in the process." Is that something an FJ would say? It sounds like Fi, acknowledgment of the personal issue, but deeming the logical necessity of the action more important.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    I've never seen the show.


    nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I had always pegged Eddie for ENTP. The caring aspect of him is him learning to utilize the tertiary Fe. He's dominated by impulses and analogies. He left Joey in the end for her not following her impulses and living life on the edge. He probed her at the beginning of season 6 about her trip to Paris in reference to following impulses. He's at least ENxP.

    If you want to know the F vs. T, compare him to Audrey. Audrey is VERY extraverted and very much so a perceiver, but she is not guided by her senses. She follows her ideas and impulses, acting on what feels good.

    I still don't buy INFJ for Dawson. He's too systematic and structured in a logical way. One thing that comes to mind is when he confronted Todd about him working for him on the film set. He told Todd, "I feel like I lost a part of my soul in the process." Is that something an FJ would say? It sounds like Fi, acknowledgment of the personal issue, but deeming the logical necessity of the action more important.
    Hmm, if Eddie is an ENTP, no wonder why I liked him so much.

    Would you suggest that Dawson is INFP instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    Dawson: INFJ (I hate him so much that it pains me to admit that he is one of my own)
    I'm glad it's not just me. Ordinarily I would attempt to disavow (maybe palm him off to the INFPs ) but unfortunately I see the INFJ in him all too well.

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