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    What is this??! No Mad Men thread?

    OK I guess I'll just have to start one

    Don Draper: ESTP all the way!!
    Betty: ISFJ/ESFJ
    Peggy: INTJ
    Pete: I have no friggin clue. What's the type for "spoiled entitled squirrelly weasel"?
    Joan: H-O-T. ESFP
    Roger Sterling: ESTJ

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    One of my favourite tvshow.

    Betty ESFJ
    Peggy INFJ
    Pete ENTP
    Joan ESFP
    Roger ENTJ

    But you have to explain me why you think Don Draper is an ESTP.
    I type him as INTJ, and also INTJ is the boss Bertram Cooper
    Bye.

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    I think Don Draper is ESTP because of his manipulation of people and his adeptness for office politics.

    Also, this: YouTube - NEW! Mad Men - Meet Don Draper [HD]

    "You're born alone and you die alone, and this world just drops a bunch of rules on top of you to make you forget those facts, but I never forget. I'm living like there's no tomorrow, because there isn't one."

    Living in the here and now, being reckless. Definitely S.

    I like your take on Peggy and Pete. And ooh, good one on Roger being ENTJ. I guess he struck me as more of an S because of his references to his war days, but I could see N for him as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawberrylover View Post
    I think Don Draper is ESTP because of his manipulation of people and his adeptness for office politics.

    Living in the here and now, being reckless. Definitely S.
    He is an obvious T and I can see N/S and P/J in him.
    But really I don't see him as an extravert at all. So, not ISTJ because he doesn't fit in the SJ temperament.
    Maybe he is a mixture between ISTP and INTJ, imho.
    I'd go for INTJ because in an episode the boss Cooper suggest him to buy the Ayn Rand's book Atlas Shrugged and he says to Don (more or less, I don't remember well...): "We are similar. You will like it".
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    Hmm, you're definitely making me rethink the E/I.

    INTJ -- Ni Te Fi Se. This could be him, although I think of him as more Ti/Fe. Could be an ISTP -- Se Ti Fe Ni

    He could also be an ESTP living in his shadow, INFJ, because of the way he abandoned his family.

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    Does anyone here even watch this show? Anywho...

    Don Draper: ISTJ
    Peggy Olsen: INTJ
    Pete Campbell: ESFP
    Betty Draper: ISFJ
    Joan Holloway: ENTJ
    Roger Sterling: ESFJ

    The most dysfunctional characters on modern television.
    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    I can't believe no one watches this show! Oh well, more for me...

    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    I just got the first season on DVD. I like the show. I'm not good with typing but I'm sure your analysis is good enough.

    Truly dysfunctional characters. Don Draper's wife is AWESOME. Why would he cheat around on her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    I just got the first season on DVD. I like the show. I'm not good with typing but I'm sure your analysis is good enough.

    Truly dysfunctional characters. Don Draper's wife is AWESOME. Why would he cheat around on her?
    The thing is...

    Betty is a robot; she treats her children horribly and seems a bit detached from reality; she probably suspected that Don was cheating, but ignored the red flags. I've noticed that she has a huge problem with confronting her problems and blames them on other people. She's childish in a sort of pathetic way. Her role in life is to be a wife, period. Sometimes I like Betty, but more often than not, I can't stand her. Season two gets good though! It focuses more on the Drapers and their life at home. Season three as of now is a bit slow, but it's building up... but season two is definitely still my favorite.

    Typing the minor-characters was a bit hard

    Paul Kinsey: ENTP
    Ken Cosgrove: ESTP
    Harry Crane: INFP
    Salvatore Romano: INFJ
    Bert Cooper: ENFJ
    Trudy Campell: ESTP
    Duck Phillips: ESTJ
    Jane: ENTP
    Between that cigarillo and sticking my finger down my throat to see if I could DT, I feel like puking RN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paperoceans View Post
    I can't believe no one watches this show! Oh well, more for me...
    Here my guess. Use "search function" the next time
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...8-mad-men.html

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