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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    bart was listed as an ESTP... and it sounds about right, with the occasional ENTP episodes.
    lisa has being written in several forms throughout the series, ranging from an INFP to INFJ with the occasional INTP.
    marge seems like an ENFJ in episodes that focus about her, while an ISFJ in most other episodes.
    Cartoon characters' personalities vary by episode? How is this possible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Cartoon characters' personalities vary by episode? How is this possible?
    i know right? the horror! it's like the they have more then one script writer putting ideas for what the characters should do and say! like, some team of sort, where throughout over 2 decades people have being hired into and left from, all while having to figure out new things to do with the characters so it won't be an endless repeat of previous episodes... its an abomination!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    a few I disagree with
    Principle Skinner: 6w5 sp/so (he has a rather david letterman-ish vibe)
    Well, no. Skinner has zero humor and is far more angry than David L.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Letterman
    Nothing, believe me, nothing is more satisfying to me personally than getting a great idea and then beatin' it to death."
    That's not Skinner at all.

    Groundskeeper Willie: 6w7 sx/so (he seems more w7 than w5)
    Willie has not the versatile, glamorous and versatile vibe of the 6w7 Sx/So. He is a loudmouth drunkard, frugal, who skeep the ground. Sort of anime version of Charles Bukowski.

    Bart: 7w8 so/sp
    Not w8. He has no anger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Homer: ESFP 7w6 So/Sx
    Marge: ISFJ 9w1 Sp/So
    Bart: ESTP 7w6 So/Sp
    Lisa: ENFJ 3w4 So/Sp

    Smithers: ISFJ 2w1 So/Sp
    Flanders: ESFJ 2w1 So/Sp
    Comic book guy: INTP 5w6 Sp/So
    Martin: INTJ 5w6 So/Sp
    Burns: INTJ 5w6 So/Sx
    Moe: ISFP 6w5 So/Sx
    Groundskeeper Willie: ISTP 6w5 Sx/So
    Millhouse: INFP 6w7 Sp/So
    Jimbo: ISTP 7w8 Sp/Sx
    Krusty the Clown: ESTP 7w8 So/Sx
    Nelson: ESTJ 8w7 Sp/So
    Superintendant Chalmer: ESTJ 8w9 Sp/So
    Principal Skinner: ISTJ 1w9 So/Sp
    Also,

    Sideshow Bob: INTJ 1w2 So/Sp
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Sideshow Bob: INTJ 1w2 So/Sp
    Sideshow Bob, the homicidal maniac who's sole obsession is the hellbent revenge killing of Bart, a 1w2 so/sp aka social reformer archtype?

    I think he's INTJ 8w9 sx/so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Sideshow Bob, the homicidal maniac who's sole obsession is the hellbent revenge killing of Bart, a 1w2 so/sp aka social reformer archtype?
    1s are not necessary social reformer. That's bullshit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    1s are not necessary social reformer. That's bullshit.
    But they are certainly composed moralists with a strong sense of right and wrong. Sideshow Bob is a sociopath who framed Krusty simply for the sake of stealing his show, and every episode afterwards is spent devising a sheme to murder Bart (the only time he changes this pattern is upon becoming mayor of a town in Italy, which of course doesn't last long). If that isn't a clear indication of 8w9, then the only 1 typing I could see him as would be 1w9 sx/so; he doesn't really seem so first at all, rather his obsessive persuits strike me more as sx first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    But they are certainly composed moralists with a strong sense of right and wrong. Sideshow Bob is a sociopath

    who framed Krusty simply for the sake of stealing his show,
    Which means that he has a strong sense of right and wrong: Krusty did a wrong thing stealing his show, so he wants to punish him. But actually, he don't behave like sociopath who is always excessive and don't care about rules: he's actually rather calm, polite and composed and consider himself as a republican conservative who respects the etiquette and the rules of society: he's visibly angry but say he's not angry (as opposed to 8 who is proud of his anger and shows it delibaretly) and is just doing things right. So he is a 1.


    then the only 1 typing I could see him as would be 1w9 sx/so; he doesn't really seem so first at all, rather his obsessive persuits strike me more as sx first.
    Every 1 tend to be obsessive-compulsives. And Sideshow Bob is not Sexual at all. Not intimacy driven or sensual.

    soc/sp: Tangential. Lots of details and analysis. Very in-their-head and intellectual, and lacks sensuality. Comes across as level-headed and unspontaneous, but also with personal warmth. Their written works often require a great deal of mental concentration from the readers.
    That's him.
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    Mr. Burns: INTJ 8w9 sp/so

    Typical power hungry mastermind tyrant, no further explanation needed here.

    Mr. Smithers: ESFJ 2w1 sx/so

    He's more so an Fe dom; very concerned with the external validation of his idol Mr. Burns, Smithers sees himself externally as Burn's assitance and seems to derive his sense of moral from him. Smithers also gives Burns ideas to certain problems on occasion (when he's not giving tradtional advice; Si), which is an indication of tert Ne. I'd say sx varient simply because of his sheer devotion and infatuation with Burns.

    Principal Skinner: ESTJ 1w9 so/sp

    I see little Fi in Skinner at all, at times though he seems to use Ne when it counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Mr. Burns: INTJ 8w9 sp/so

    Typical power hungry mastermind tyrant, no further explanation needed here.
    Burn is NOT on the gut triad, he is NOT an instinctive and physical person like 8s are, and someone who wants power is NOT necessary an 8. He is a 5w6 So/Sx, 8 is his point of confortn he's not a true 8.

    Mr. Smithers: ESFJ 2w1 sx/so

    He's more so an Fe dom; very concerned with the external validation of his idol Mr. Burns, Smithers sees himself externally as Burn's assitance and seems to derive his sense of moral from him. Smithers also gives Burns ideas to certain problems on occasion (when he's not giving tradtional advice; Si), which is an indication of tert Ne. I'd say sx varient simply because of his sheer devotion and infatuation with Burns.
    ISFJ and So/Sp: routine bonds, not talkative.

    Principal Skinner: ESTJ 1w9 so/sp
    I see little Fi in Skinner at all, at times though he seems to use Ne when it counts.
    An extrovert? Lol.

    Pure ISTJ.
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