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    Cartman's initial role in the series was probably an ESTP, but Parker and Stone changed him to be more visionary and judgmental as the series went on into an ENTJ; thus the conflict here. You have to admit that in the first few seasons, Cartman was hardly visionary or any good at planning. I can't imagine Stan as an ENTP; he's not really that intuitive and quite down to earth (I'm thinking more ESTJ or ESTP); if anybody in the series is visionary, it's Kyle, who is probably INFJ.

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    yeah i think cartman might have been ESTP in the first 2 seasons.

    and the kyle being INFJ thing actually makes some sense to me.

    i'll think more about stan, too. Ne dominance might be wrong.

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    Stan is almost paradoxical. He doesn't fit the Rational temperament description, but putting together the pieces seems to indicate so. If Stan fits any of the temperament descriptions, it's Idealist, even though he's clearly a thinking type. This means he must be a Sensor of some sort; fits neither Guardian or Artisan too well, and if he's clearly an extroverted thinker, that leaves only ESTJ or ESTP. He doesn't seem to show signs of ESTJ domineering, so ESTP seems like the best choice, even though he doesn't fit that too well either.

    EDIT: I just took a test answering how I think Stan would answer, it says he's an ESTP:
    Extraverted - 56%
    Sensing - 12%
    Thinking - 12%
    Perceiving - 22%

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    How does Stan not fit the Rational temperament exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badlands View Post
    If Stan fits any of the temperament descriptions, it's Idealist, even though he's clearly a thinking type. This means he must be a Sensor of some sort; fits neither Guardian or Artisan too well ...
    whoa there. that's not a good way to type someone.

    Ne/Ti/Fe seems to make the most sense to me at this moment, but i'll watch a couple of episodes and see if i can come up with something better.

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    The thing with ENTP is while the functions seem to make sense, his Ne really isn't used to stimulate Ti; they mostly seem to be used for entirely different purposes (Ne seems to be used for more of a Feeling purpose than a Thinking one). I reached a similar dead end for that too though, because Ne does not exist in any ExxP as a third function but as a fourth, in which case ESFP and ESTP would be the options. The inferior function seems to be way too developed for somebody his age if that's the case then.

    He could just be a feeler instead of a thinker though and be ENFP; Ne/Fi/Te seems to make a lot of sense to me and he just appears to prefer Thinking because of the (now three) main characters, we tend to see the "Introverted Stan" the least by far because he is so extroverted.

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    I think Stan is definitely a T. He is skeptical and is always questioning authority. I think he is an ENTP for that reason. Kyle is more of the Feeler while Stan is the Thinker.
    In my opinion, he actually has a strong Ti.. one that is always analyzing and comes to Matt and Trey perceive to be as 'the most intelligent answer'

    It reflects the personalities of Trey & Matt. Trey is an ENTP while Matt is an ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I think Stan is definitely a T. He is skeptical and is always questioning authority. I think he is an ENTP for that reason. Kyle is more of the Feeler while Stan is the Thinker.
    In my opinion, he actually has a strong Ti.. one that is always analyzing and comes to Matt and Trey perceive to be as 'the most intelligent answer'

    It reflects the personalities of Trey & Matt. Trey is an ENTP while Matt is an ENFP.
    So wait... Matt and Trey actually have identified themselves as being these types, or is this just speculation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badlands View Post
    So wait... Matt and Trey actually have identified themselves as being these types, or is this just speculation?
    That is just speculation. I'm basing this off some interview I read.. lol.
    I wasn't planning to make that part of my argument for Stan being an ENTP..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badlands View Post
    The thing with ENTP is while the functions seem to make sense, his Ne really isn't used to stimulate Ti; they mostly seem to be used for entirely different purposes (Ne seems to be used for more of a Feeling purpose than a Thinking one). I reached a similar dead end for that too though, because Ne does not exist in any ExxP as a third function but as a fourth, in which case ESFP and ESTP would be the options. The inferior function seems to be way too developed for somebody his age if that's the case then.

    He could just be a feeler instead of a thinker though and be ENFP; Ne/Fi/Te seems to make a lot of sense to me and he just appears to prefer Thinking because of the (now three) main characters, we tend to see the "Introverted Stan" the least by far because he is so extroverted.
    nah. you just see Ne and Fe because they're extroverted. the Ti is just implied. i'm sticking with ENTP here; i think it fits perfectly.

    Ti isn't necessarily obviously visible in ENTPs (it is INTROVERTED) -- but it's certainly clear Stan prefers his Ti to Fe. he'd rather say something that's true than factor social consequences in. Fe just focuses his Ne/Ti on social issues.

    he always feels the need to TELL everyone what he's figured out -- to change people's views towards his own. clearly Fe.

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