Note, also, that they fit their respective type's functions exceedingly well -- Wash especially. He could literally fit nothing more than Ne Fi Te. His Te is too prominent to be inferior (His first comments on Simon's plan were nitpicking for efficiency, but Simon, being an Ni Te on crack, had ironed it out already), and he shows little to no Ni.
Well, yes -- My argument is that his behavior can be associated with ISFJ because he's polite, but he isn't an ISFJ. You're not contradicting me at all.Yeah I don't know about that. Joking isn't a type as far as Myers Briggs is concerned. Neither is being polite. Hannibal Lecter was an INTJ and he was very polite.
Are you shitting me? Read the end of that line again. He was clearly not taking himself too seriously. To me, that sounded like he was messing with Mal's head for fun, and doing so in a way that reinforces his cover.How is that an INTJ quote? He was reminding Mal that evil deeds lead to damnation. If that's not an NFJ thing to say, then I don't know what is.
Precisely. An INFJ operative?Well the whole character of Shepard Book is that he held a secret - and it is implied in the series that the secret is that he was a high ranking officer in the Alliance, maybe even a former "Operative". So combat wasn't an alien concept to him.
Yes. Judgers act professionally. Perceivers do not. Mal does not and neither do I, for example.Particularity may be an indication of J-ness, but it is not by all means a conclusive one. She was a professional, and professionals do things in a professional (i.e. particular) way.
J =/= getting involved in the business of others. She was very decisive when it came to her own job; she just didn't care much for Mal's.Also from what I recall, she seemed to stay out of the affairs of the crew, unless it was clear that they couldn't handle it without her help.