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    Jon Stewart is ENTP. Steven Colbert I think is INTP, but I'm less certain about him than I am about Jon Stewart.
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    Interesting. So the idea is Jon Stewart is ENXP whereas Stephen Colbert is INTX. I could agree with that. Personally I'm leaning toward JS being an ENFP. INTJs are usually sardonic in their humor, not sarcastic, so I'm leaning toward INTP for Colbert.

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    I dunno... have you seen Colbert's "monkey on a lamb" bit? And what about his broken wrist? The guy is silly... that is silly whimsical non-cutting NF humor. If his character is all an act, has anyone actually seen him interviewed, just as himself?

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    Here he is out of character.

    YouTube - Stephen Colbert shmoozes about Jon Stewart

    He seems so different its scary. So quiet and intellectual.



    I read up on him some. Here is something that seems kind of scary.

    On September 11, 1974, when he was 10, Colbert's father and two brothers died in the crash of an Eastern Airlines flight. The plane went down because the crew was engaged in an unnecessary conversation during the approach phase of the flight, discussing subjects "ranging from politics to used cars"

    Wow, irony is a bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    I dunno... have you seen Colbert's "monkey on a lamb" bit? And what about his broken wrist? The guy is silly... that is silly whimsical non-cutting NF humor. If his character is all an act, has anyone actually seen him interviewed, just as himself?
    Woah!
    Don't take away my rightful claim to silly humor just because I'm an NT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Woah!
    Don't take away my rightful claim to silly humor just because I'm an NT.
    I don't know about his type, but silly humor is mostly about NP. Most NFPs do have a lighter less acerbic silliness than most NTPs. However, many ENTPs can be more playfully silly than an INFP for instance because their dominant Ne is how they're relating to the world. Plus, an ENTP has Fe as a tertiary which lightens up the biting edge of Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddo View Post
    Interesting. So the idea is Jon Stewart is ENXP whereas Stephen Colbert is INTX. I could agree with that. Personally I'm leaning toward JS being an ENFP. INTJs are usually sardonic in their humor, not sarcastic, so I'm leaning toward INTP for Colbert.
    I agree with these assessments.

    I think you will see more ENFP in Jon Stewart when you see his younger clips.

    He seems more idealist that rational.

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    Jon stewert is probably an _NTJ or _SFP. Introverted feeling, extraverted thinking, extraverted sensing, and introverted intuition (which is why I don't mind how seemingly imprecise this guess is)
    Anyway, I really SUSPECT that John Stewart is an _NTJ. He seems to have so much extraverted thinking, along with a (partially secret?) attention to his physical appearance.

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    And Colbert in character is... ESFJ? ESTJ? Don't laugh at me, I'm new to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    I agree with these assessments.

    I think you will see more ENFP in Jon Stewart when you see his younger clips.

    He seems more idealist that rational.

    I watch these shoes semi-regularly, and followed The/A Daily Show even back when Craig Kilborn hosted it. They're hilarious. Bush becoming president was the best thing to happen to Stewart.
    If Jon Stewart is not an ENTP, than neither am I. He and I are extremely similar.
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