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    People think that just because they're both smart that they're NTs, which is a stupid stereotype. I think that they're both ENFPs. I know for sure that Jon's a 6w7 (uses humor to cover up his neuroticism) and Stephen is probably a 7w6; he can be cutting at times but always gives off more of a silly vibe. The Daily Show personally provokes less laughter but is more thoughtful.
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    Stewart: ENTP
    Colbert: ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emotionalogic View Post
    Stewart: ENTP
    Colbert: ENFP
    ^^This. Jon Stewart is probably a 6, while I could see either 6w7 or 7w6 for Colbert.

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    I don't see the so called intelligence in either of these men

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    I think Colbert is a Feeler. He has a sweet disposition I don't associate with Thinkers, though it's hard to describe. He's pretty nerdy if his Tolkien obsession is any indication.
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    Both are clear ENTPs. If you can't see that, go back to typing school. Oh, and Colbert's character is an ESTJ.

    And no, I don't think they are NTs because they are smart or because I think Ts are smarter. I don't. (I think Ns are, ON AVERAGE, smarter than Ss, but I don't think the other letters have anything at all to do with it.) Rather, I think so because neither of them are afraid to piss people off, both use tons of logical arguments on their shows and frequently point out logical inconsistencies, they mock both sides when they think they are being stupid, and are all about restoring sanity and reason (they held a whole rally about it) and getting through the absurdity in the world and to the truth.

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    I think it's funny that Stephen Colbert is usually the most candid and his real self when talking about his mama. I think he may be an NF for that reason. Maybe ENFP. But I could be wrong.

    Jon Stewart: definitely ENTP.
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    I think that John Stewart is an ENTP 6w7 so/sp. I think Stephen Colbert is an ENTP 7w6 so/sp.

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    John Stewert is clearly ENTP, and I don't know about Colbert.

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