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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Being moral doesn't always hint towards T or F. He's very stable and also very rational and looks to do the right things always. He doesn't have the F air about him either. You don't ever see any emotional side to him, he's just a really good guy.
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    Now that I think about, Brian is probably INTJ.

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    These days I'm going with:

    Peter ENFP (the entire show is one his Ne tangent based on his "REMEMBER THAT TIME SOMETHING TOTALLY UNRELATED HAPPENED??" rants. It's blatantly obvious he's an Ne dom; being a moron doesn't preclude him from N-ness.)

    Lois ESFJ

    Meg ISTJ

    Chris ISFP

    Brian INTP (too blunt and personally offended by poor logic to be INFP)

    Stewie ENTP (I used to say ENTJ but somebody pointed out that he gets distracted fairly easily and doesn't take himself too seriously. I think he's very Ne, as are most of Seth MacFarlane's characters--since MacFarlane is obviously the biggest xNxP on the planet himself.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    Peter ENFP (the entire show is one his Ne tangent based on his "REMEMBER THAT TIME SOMETHING TOTALLY UNRELATED HAPPENED??" rants. It's blatantly obvious he's an Ne dom; being a moron doesn't preclude him from N-ness.)
    Yeah, but that's all stuff that actually happened. He's not being innovative or coming up with anything original.

    And what OneWithSoul said about Brian is absolutely correct. I can't even see why anyone would think he's emotional as opposed to logical, over all the other possible differences in his personality.

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    watch that episode i posted and tell me he's not INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    watch that episode i posted and tell me he's not INFP.
    He's not feeling, he's being liberal. He's fighting to get what he strongly believes in. I don't necessarily agree with his politics and it looks like you probably don't, but that's what the episode is about. It's rather difficult to make a definite judgement about it with just one episode or comparing him to yourself- you may have been more passive about his situation or handled it differently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    watch that episode i posted and tell me he's not INFP.
    He is totally not an INFP. He is being liberal and FAIR not necessarily ethical. It's typical of NTs.

    He didn't do it because he emotionally and compassionately felt it, he did it because it was the right thing and the fair thing to do. He was stern and protested and this is a common misconception with NFs.

    Don't assume he's an INFP because of this.

    I am pretty sure he's an INTP.

    Plus, an INFP would have been too worried about hurting people along the way. No way is he an F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight View Post
    That's a weird P.O.V.



    I don't care much for that stereotype of "artist." But I can definitely see how he's a feeler in many episodes.
    Or, maybe it's perfectly normal and you're just weird? Just kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Wow. What did Family Guy ever do to you!?\

    Family guy, it... killed my father.
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    Brian - (If he's an F, then I'm ENTJ) INTP
    Stewie - eNTJ
    Chris - 'Hollow'/immature ISFP
    Meg - socially-inept ESFJ
    Lois - xSFJ

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