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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    The character or the actor?
    Both.
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    Not sure on the actor, but I'm inclined to agree. The character really seems like some sort of Se-dom, imho.
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    Well, it's better than mentioning Peter Griffin as the protypical ENFP.. even though he might be close in a way.

    I'm inclined to say Don Quixote, but maybe he's too centered on one ideal (not to mention a little insane).. and isn't the inspirer so much as the inspired.

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    I think Don Quixote actually is ENFP though.
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    Cool then.. he's awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Not sure on the actor, but I'm inclined to agree. The character really seems like some sort of Se-dom, imho.
    The actor was very geeky as a teenagr, and a gifted children. Sounds more Ne-dom. And the character is not grounded at all, and more oriented to ideas than he can appears to be. I remember an episode were Will integrate a philosophy class at university, and he always openly speculate about ideas for hours and hours until the night fall. He's also more Fi than Ti, not really prone to take decisions logically, and sometimes very ethic oriented (anti-gun, for example, value more pity than justice...), he's also egocentric, but that can match with Fi.
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    Let me modify your list

    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    SJ:

    Marlo Stanfield(The Wire, ISTJ)
    Goemon Ishikawa XIII (Lupin the 3rd, ISTJ)
    Vernon Schillinger (Oz, ESTJ)
    Soichiro Yagami (Death Note, ISTJ) very cool one ha
    Jet Black(Cowboy Bebop, ISTJ) 'nother cool one

    SP:

    Vic Mackey(The Shield, ESTP)
    Solid Snake( Metal Gear, ISTP)
    Spike Spiegel(Cowboy Bebop, ISTP)
    Faye Falentine(Cowboy Bebop, ESTP)
    Wolverine(X-Men, ISTP)
    ......ISTPs are badasses

    NF:

    Sakura Haruno(Naruto, ENFJ)
    Mello (Death Note, ENFP)
    Usagi Tsukino(Sailor Moon, ENFP)
    Himura Kenshin(Rurouni Kenshin, INFJ)
    Peter Parker(Spiderman movies, INFP)

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    Doc Brown(Back to the Future, xNTP)
    Kakashi Hatake(Naruto, INTP)
    Walter White (Breaking Bad, INTJ)
    Stringer Bell(The Wire, ENTJ)
    Q (Star Trek, ENTP)
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    Laura Roslin/BSG (ENFJ)
    Maybe Optimus Prime too.

    Ok I'm done.

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    Peter Parker is an INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Peter Parker is an INTP.
    Peter Parker is an obvious pansy INFP (one who turns badass in his spandex suit, granted, but still).

    Doc Brown is ENTP.
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