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    Default Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert

    Very funny guys! I love both of their shows.

    What do you think their types are?

    Jon Stewart-ENTP (without a doubt!)
    Stephen Colbert- ENFP (possibly INFP..I remember reading something that described him as somewhat reserved in real life.)
    Definitely has an ESTJ persona on his show- which is of course Bill O'Reilly's personality type.
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    How do you get INFP for Colbert? Not that I disagree, I'm just curious as to your reasoning.
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    This should be emrged with the older thread.

    And, have you ever seen Colbert in a real interview? I could easily believe INFP.
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    Colbert is funny. Stewart is a left-wing stooge. Neither he nor apparently his staff has a sense of humor: *show clip of Republican, smirk, say the equivalent of "Uh-huh! This guy is brilliant!, smirk again, proceed to next clip*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Colbert is funny. Stewart is a left-wing stooge. Neither he nor apparently his staff has a sense of humor: *show clip of Republican, smirk, say the equivalent of "Uh-huh! This guy is brilliant!, smirk again, proceed to next clip*
    Yeah, pretty much. Which is sad because Jon used to be very funny. At some point, he just got so into Bush-hating that he forgot he was supposed to be funny. His pitiful meltdown on CNN's Crossfire show really showed his true bitterness.
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    Jon Stewart never decided to represent a certain side of politics, that's just where people put him. He absolutely hates it when people want him to carry a banner. I remember him telling stories in an interview, about how people would come up to him after the show, and say something like "I think you're very funny, and I've always loved the show, but you made a joke about global warming, and that's too serious to joke about. I'm never watching the show again". Jon is obviously flabbergasted at this.

    I also recall his recent complaints about not being able to joke about Obama. At one point, he made a joke about him, and the audience responded so negatively, that Jon commented that they were allowed to laugh at Obama.

    The most frustrated I remember him being with the audience was when he implied that the Democratic party was as charismatic in this country as Hamas. The crowd booed a little, and as he turned to do the next bit, he said "would you just fucking accept it?!", and then continued.

    Anyway, I still think he's very funny, and apparently a good chunk of the country agrees, especially if they're around my age(this isn't a common occurence).
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    Stewart has Fe - ENTP

    and Colbert has the Fi - ?NFP
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    There is no doubting that Colbert is I.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Colbert is funny. Stewart is a left-wing stooge. Neither he nor apparently his staff has a sense of humor: *show clip of Republican, smirk, say the equivalent of "Uh-huh! This guy is brilliant!, smirk again, proceed to next clip*
    Actually I think he's pretty good friends with John McCain. McCain has been on the show more than any other guest. It's just that Bush is so rediculous that he is an easy target to make fun of. Consequently his audience has shifted to be fairly liberal.
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    Threads merged.

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