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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    Hmmm.. I see the main four characters as clearly different examples of the four temperaments.

    Jerry: ISTP
    George: ESFJ (An ESFJ can have trouble dealing with his own feelings and those of others- but you can see he's Feeling-oriented)
    Elaine: INFJ
    Kramer: ENTP

    I think Elaine's an Intuitive.
    My other argument for George being an ESFJ is that he doesn't really try to control others like an ESTJ/ISTJ would.. he's an SJ for different reasons.
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    His primary function is Introverted Thinking. Often it comes across clearest when he's helping George analyze his problems.

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    That is an example of Ti at work.
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    Jerry isn't the stereotyped "ZOMG JUMP OFF OF A CLIFF!!!" SP. I do agree on him being ISTP though. Just not feeling it for ISTJ I don't think.
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    My Dad did research on this (sadly) and used it in statistics or something at his old jobsite.

    I just went and asked him, and he's told me..(I haven't watched it enough to know)

    Jerry: INTJ
    Elaine: ENFJ
    George: INTP
    Kramer: ISTP

    I'm not saying any of these are right, but I think Jerry is almost certainly INTJ. You have to watch more of his stand up comedy to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I'm not saying any of these are right, but I think Jerry is almost certainly INTJ. You have to watch more of his stand up comedy to see it.
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    I don't know about Seinfeld in real life, but I don't think his character was SP. Seemed very "J" to me. He was so picky about the women he dated, finding very odd details wrong with them. Didn't seem very spontaneous or impulsive at all. Very much a planner. When he acted on impulse, he was very awkward and uncomfortable or very stressed (stuff like stealing the last marble rye from the old lady.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Jhe is an amalgam of Larry David's INFJ personality
    How is Larry David an INFJ? Based on what I know of him, he's socially clueless and kind of rude. I love his work, but most INFJ's are way more concerned about other people's feelings and are much more adept in the social realm.

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    i don't think jerry's character is very well-defined on the show.

    obviously Fe and not Fi. obviously Ti and not Te. probably I based on the group of friends he has (tho he is the most extraverted one). definitely j. and definitely N instead of S.

    in real life he's gotta be an intp. infj as played by an intp? and who is the real larry david, is he really an infj as he often gets typed?

    george intp (inferior Fe, dom Ti, probably Ne and why he and jerry make such a good team, discussing possibilities at the cafe, very nuts and bolts, cause cause cause)
    elaine estj (she has her own values, she's not necessarily in touch with them, but they feel Fi not Fe, she's always wondering how to convey something and asking the help of jerry and george. she seems more Te to me than Ti like george and jerry).
    kramer istp (possibly Ne, but overall he is strangely literal at almost all times, wacky but he seems more Se to me than Ne, sensualist and in-the-moment, he is very poorly defined as well)
    newman entp (jerry's strange antithesis, Ne, Ti, probably Fe and not Fi)

    if jerrys character is an infj, he's a 4w3. george would be a 6w5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I don't know about Seinfeld in real life, but I don't think his character was SP. Seemed very "J" to me. He was so picky about the women he dated, finding very odd details wrong with them. Didn't seem very spontaneous or impulsive at all. Very much a planner. When he acted on impulse, he was very awkward and uncomfortable or very stressed (stuff like stealing the last marble rye from the old lady.)
    Yeah, that's exactly why he's a J. I could definitely see the SiTe at work too, as opposed to TiSe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Yeah, that's exactly why he's a J. I could definitely see the SiTe at work too, as opposed to TiSe.
    Yeah, I see the "Si-Te" too. He was always categorizing everything. People, relationships, etc. Everything always had to fit in a box and have a label of some sort.

    In fact, the more I think about his conversations with George, the more I think Jerry - ISTJ, George INTJ. Because they were always bouncing those category labels off of each other all the time, feeding off each other's "Te" I think. But George was always convinced of some sort of conspiracy or hidden meaning behind everything, whereas Jerry was more about factual details.
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