I fail to see this. He has one real outburst of emotion. Yes, he has the feeling function (like everyone) but it's very deeply buried. Only jumps up at traumatic childhood memories (Simon confirmed some adult was . . . improper with Chris). He's I and T for sure. He's tough, he keeps so quiet. The I and the T are certain to me. Everything else... I don't know. In his way, he can be seen as SJ. Ex-military man (again, Simon confirmed) and resolutely loyal to Marlo's word, but he's also got some N traits to me. Damn. He's rough.
Originally Posted by Illmatic
Omar i change my mind: INTJ like Freamon and Marlo.
Omar's also kinda hard. Maybe it's just a sign of how full these characters are that they are so difficult to type but also never inconsistent. I think Omar is an F raised in a hard world.
Admittedly, some of mine might be equally ridiculous. Make of them what you will.
Thank God you noticed yourself.
Originally Posted by Kanamori
I saw McNulty as an ENTP, and Stringer as a well balanced ESTP.
You should probably keep away from typing people.
Mac an ENTP, Stringer an ESTP?
I could hear the dead ENTPs kicking and screaming in their graves.
I saw that as tertiary Fe, and felt that he was actually better around people than you give him credit for, he was just influencing people with Ne most of the time, as I saw it. I see Fe, as interactions and negotiation on an emotional level between people.
It is Se Fe which is seen that you've confused with Ne.
Influencing people has nothing to do with Ne. That is horrible typing.
Making connections maybe yes.
And Mac influences people with Se not Ne at all.
The persuasion tactics are clearly Se aggression of pushing people to get things done than motivating them by making relations which is Ne.
Infact I never so even a hint of Ne in him throughout the show.