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    Anybody watching this amazing series? The second season is currently running. I thought I'd start a discussion about it, because one of the patients, April, seems like an obvious INFJ. I got the idea of her being INFJ right away from the first episode, and in each episode afterwards, but it was the latest episode (week six) that really confirmed it for me. What do you think?

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    I might add that Walter seems really ESTJ. Inferior Fi, too...

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    Watched a few clips from the show, but I've never seen a full episode. Looks interesting. I'd agree April is INFJ from what I saw. What type do you think the therapist is?

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    At first I was thinking INTJ. He does seem F too, but maybe it's just his age/maturity that balances his T a little. He has anger issues, might that be inferior or tertiary Fi? INTJ has tertiary Fi. Now that I think, I have no idea why I think he's J. Maybe INTP. He's difficult to type.

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