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    In honor of the final episode of Sopranos:

    Tony Soprano: ESTJ
    Carmela Soprano: ESFJ
    Meadow Soprano: ENFJ
    Anthony Soprano Jr.: INFP
    Janice Soprano: (an extremely self-denying) ENTJ
    Corrado Soprano: ENTJ
    Dr. Jennifer Melfi: INTJ

    ...at least that's my take.

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    Jigsaw from the Saw movies, classic INTJ.

    And yes, he will appear in Saw IV. Check out the poster right here!

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    Ender (from Ender's game). Maybe it is off simply because he's intended to be a genius, but I see him as INTX for sure, and I would say INTP only because I identified with the character so much. Though his leadership skills point towards XNTJ, and tactical intelligence points towards ISTP. But I still think INTP....he has some pretty heavy-duty Ti+Ne action going on there.

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    Ender's an ENTJ. So he's mainly strategic, but will use tactics to achieve an end. Although I didn't get the vibe that he was tactical (at least in the first book, which is the only one I read). In Ender's Game, he's not even in the battlefield, he's playing his army like a Chessboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Ender's an ENTJ. So he's mainly strategic, but will use tactics to achieve an end. Although I didn't get the vibe that he was tactical (at least in the first book, which is the only one I read). In Ender's Game, he's not even in the battlefield, he's playing his army like a Chessboard.
    INTJ I could see, though I still see more Ti than Te. I think he is too introspective to be an E though. In the later books (that I've read so far) he mellows out and becomes even less ENTJ-ish, and maybe less introspective, more ENTPish I think.

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    Calvin's father in Calvin & Hobbes seems to be a mellowed-out ENTP getting in touch with his Introverted Sensing side.

    It's heavily implied that Calvin's father was wild during his childhood like Calvin and was a party animal in college.

    ENTP behavior is also evident in that his character makes up stories when Calvin asks him deep questions about the world.

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    Has anyone already said Tom Sawyer as ENTP? Huck Finn could be ISTP, maybe?
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    I always thought Tom Sawyer was an ESTP, but I think you're right about Huck, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I always thought Tom Sawyer was an ESTP, but I think you're right about Huck, though.
    Nah, that scene where he gets everyone else painting the fence for him? I've done that exact thing (not the fence, but y'know, similar) on numerous occasions! He's not at all concerned about physical discomfort and rouging it, and his goals are usually abstract, to do with states of mind, states of being and such-like, as opposed to possession of material things or bodily pleasures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    Nah, that scene where he gets everyone else painting the fence for him? I've done that exact thing (not the fence, but y'know, similar) on numerous occasions! He's not at all concerned about physical discomfort and rouging it, and his goals are usually abstract, to do with states of mind, states of being and such-like, as opposed to possession of material things or bodily pleasures.
    Oh, I just saw the Disney movie with Jonathan Taylor Thomas and that other dude. He seemed very ESTP-ish to me -- searching for gold in the cave. But anyhoo...

    George McFly from Back to the Future I think is an INTP or INTJ -- leaning toward INTJ because he's a creature of habit.

    Willard in the movie Willard, also played by Crispin Glover in the remake, was an INTJ, as well.

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