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    Quote Originally Posted by speculative View Post
    What is this show about?
    Look up Arrested Development Theme song, it pretty much says it all there.

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    I LOVE this show (ISFJ), my husbands LOVES it (INFP) and so does my ISFP and ENFJ son. I think the show is funny for lots of different people!!

    Possible Types:

    Pop Pop: ENFJ
    Oscar: ENFP
    Gangee: ESTJ
    Michael: ISTJ
    George Michael: INFP, for sure!
    Buster: ISFP
    GOB: ESFJ
    Lindsay: ESFJ
    Tobias: ENFP
    Maeby: ISTJ

    And bonus for some side characters:
    Steve Holt!: ENFJ
    Barry Zuckerkorn: INTJ
    Lucille 2: ESFJ
    Bob Loblaw: ISTJ
    Egg ... er, Ann: ISFJ

    My guesses! I'd love to hear other people's opinions!!

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    Mad show -- the episodes are unevenly funny but they are all funny. Often frigging hilarious! There's really no plot but the characters are so unique, awkward, oblivious and endearing.

    My favorites are George Michael, Portia's character (particularly when she starts her charity ), Tobias (in his blue man phase and never naked cut offs and the magician brother (his move when performing magic is so ridiculous).

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    haha, yeah, buster has to be an ISFP. I would say that Maeby is an ESTJ.

    Have you noticed how often incest is joked about in this show?
    “Some people will tell you that slow is good – but I’m here to tell you that fast is better. I’ve always believed this, in spite of the trouble it’s caused me. Being shot out of a cannon will always be better than being squeezed out of a tube. That is why God made fast motorcycles, Bubba…”


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    It was a great show! I didn't see it while it was still on the air; I saw the three seasons after. How I Met Your Mother is a great show as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenidnhedstrng View Post
    I have to know if other NFs are as taken with this show as I am. For me it is absolutely the smartest/funniest show that has ever been on television. I have watched the entire series at least 25 times and I still find myself catching new and funny things. I have tended to find that most of my NF friends like the show while my other friends that are not NF don't quite seem to get it, though obviously this is quite a small sample set. Thus I have decided to expand that sample set in the easiest way possible: anonymous inquiries on the internet in a forum I joined about ten minutes ago, a forum about a subject that I became addicted about three days ago.


    I think the key for this show is the N aspect. I think Ns are more likely to find it funny than Ss because the humor is so off the wall. Personally, I love the show. That said, I am sure personality types of every kind can find it funny.

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    I am fully addicted to AD.

    Actually, here's how I was introduced to it: A friend of mine told me I would love it because I'm just like this character, Rita. I watch the first 6 episodes of the 3rd season. Before we find out what MR F means, I agree wholeheartedly that I'm just like her. Andddd I still agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenidnhedstrng View Post
    I have to know if other NFs are as taken with this show as I am. For me it is absolutely the smartest/funniest show that has ever been on television. I have watched the entire series at least 25 times and I still find myself catching new and funny things. I have tended to find that most of my NF friends like the show while my other friends that are not NF don't quite seem to get it, though obviously this is quite a small sample set. Thus I have decided to expand that sample set in the easiest way possible: anonymous inquiries on the internet in a forum I joined about ten minutes ago, a forum about a subject that I became addicted about three days ago.
    arresteddevelopmentislifetome.
    Love it.

    I notice most of the people I mention it to don't particularly know what is it or just don't get it/aren't interested, like you said. The show has an "acquired kind of humor," as my friend put it the other day. If you don't naturally get the funny, just look for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaybeLogic View Post
    Have you noticed how often incest is joked about in this show?
    Yeah!
    Something so completely frowned upon in our society turned into comedic gold? The recipe to funny.

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    <3 Arrested Development.

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