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    Smithers is absolutely an ISxx.

    Off the top of my head, the most straightforward evidence is his loyalty to Burns -- irrespective of personal expense -- and is probably best viewed as an extension of his 'duty fulfillment' prerogative.

    He collects Malibu Stacy memorabilia, both from a materialistic standpoint and arguably as a means to connect with his latent homosexual tendencies.

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    Default The simpsons and their types

    I was trying to find conclusive evidence that R2D2 was an ISFJ, but everybody had an opinion so i left it alone. I came across this though about the Simpsons (yes it is plagurism). I am not quite sure if this is accurate as everyone has an opinion.

    So what is yours.

    Homer-ESFP
    Marge-ISFJ
    Bart-ESTP
    Lisa-INFJ
    Grampa-ISTP
    Patty-ISTP
    Selma-ESFP
    Comic Book Guy-INTJ
    Ned Flanders-ESFJ
    Professor Frink-ENTP
    Barney-ESFP
    Dr. Hibbert-ENTP
    Rev. Lovejoy-ISTJ
    Apu-ESTJ
    Mayor Quimby-ESTP
    Dr. Nick-ESTP
    Moe-ISTP
    Chief Wiggum-ESFP
    Skinner-ISTJ
    Krabappel-ESFP
    Otto-ISFP
    Groundskeeper Willie-ISTP
    Nelson-ESTJ
    Martin-ENTP
    Troy McClure-ENTJ
    Millhouse-ISFP
    Ralph-ENFP
    Itchy-ESTP
    Scratchy-ISFJ
    Krusty-ESTP
    Sideshow Bob-INFJ
    Sideshow Mel-INFP
    Fat Tony-ENTJ
    Mr. Burns-INTJ
    Smithers-ENFJ
    Carl-INTP
    Lenny-ESFP
    Kang & Kodos-ENTJ
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    Me thinks Ned, Smithers and Nelson may be off.

    Comic Guy man, oh yeah definately INTJ.
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    Would someone please shift this to the relevant section, it doesn't belong here i have just realised.
    “I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
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    Why is Homer constantly typed as an E?

    And why is Nelson constantly typed as an SJ?

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    lo, you think Ralph is an ENFP? Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Me thinks Ned, Smithers and Nelson may be off.

    Comic Guy man, oh yeah definately INTJ.
    Now I think about it, he definitely is an INTJ although obviously an unhealthy one.

    It would also explain why Burns and Comic Shop Guy are my favourite characters.

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    Comic Book Guy: Quit butting in please. Your IQ is a mere 155 while mine is a muscular 170.


    Very Well. I must hurry back to my Comic Book Store where I dispense the insults rather than absorb them.

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    This isn't my view. Like i would really sit down for 40 odd mins and come to this conclusion. After 4 mins tops, i would be working on something else.

    My point was how different people come to conclusions with these types and that i spotted 3 characters who are not those types (me thinks anyway).

    Mr Flanders is not an esfj or if he is then i am not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    This isn't my view. Like i would really sit down for 40 odd mins and come to this conclusion. After 4 mins tops, i would be working on something else.

    My point was how different people come to conclusions with these types and that i spotted 3 characters who are not those types (me thinks anyway).

    Mr Flanders is not an esfj or if he is then i am not.
    Ha, I wouldn't even bother in the first place, but it's interesting to read through these kinds of lists and it helps to understand the different types (even if some of them are stereotypical e.g. Burns).

    I think it is very difficult to come to correct conclusions about fictional characters because they are just that. So although some of them portray characteristics of types, they can change from episode to episode.

    I'm personally terrible at identifying types. As for Ned, I'd guess that ISFJ wouldn't be too far off as he tends to get crapped on quite often by other people. He lives an orderly lifestyle, places a strong emphasis on family and tradition, and is very caring. The ESFJs I've met tend to be very direct and can be quite cutting although they'd say they were being cruel to be kind. All in all they're a lot more assertive than the Nedster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    lo, you think Ralph is an ENFP? Really?
    LOLZ

    thats what i thought

    btw, early-mid 90's simpsons is soooo much better than the modern day ones.

    it really makes you realize how important writers are to the creative process.

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