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    Default Fictional SPs/SJs

    In the spirit of the forums Fictional NFs and Fictional NTs, same deal here:

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    Marge Simpson, The Simpsons - ISFJ

    Ned Flanders, The Simpsons - ESFJ

    Principal Skinner, The Simpsons - ISTJ

    Principal Skinner's mother, The Simpsons - ESTJ

    C-3PO, Star Wars - ESFJ

    Alfred Pennyworth, Batman - ISFJ

    Ron Weasley, Harry Potter - xSFJ

    Frank Drebin, Police Squad/The Naked Gun - ISTJ

    Ben Grimm (The Thing), Fantastic Four - ISFJ

    Ben Parker, Spider-Man - ISTJ

    Mae Parker, Spider-Man - ISFJ

    * * * * * *

    SPs

    James Bond (Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan) - ESTP

    James Bond (Roger Moore, possibly George Lazenby) - ESFP

    James Bond (Daniel Craig) - ISTP

    NOTE: I think Timothy Dalton's interpretation of Bond is more xNTJ, especially in Licence to Kill.

    Han Solo, Star Wars - ISTP

    Jar Jar Binks, Star Wars - ESFP

    Mary Jane Watson, Spider-Man - xSFP

    Wolverine, X-Men - ISTP

    Johnny Storm (Human Torch), Fantastic Four - ESFP

    Bart Simpson, The Simpsons - ESTP

    Homer Simpson, The Simpsons - xSFP

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    Dr. Watson (Sherlock Holmes stories) - ISFJ

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    Jason Bourne (from movies): most likely ISTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimpei View Post
    Dr. Watson (Sherlock Holmes stories) - ISFJ
    Is Poirot's Hastings an ISFJ as well?
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
    ~ John Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    Is Poirot's Hastings an ISFJ as well?
    I don't have a clue.

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    After watching all six episodes of Star Wars last weekend, Anikin Skywalker seemed ISP-ish.

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    Jennifer discussed that on the "Fictional NFs" thread. I said that Anakin has some Intuitive abilities (such as inventing and idealistic dreams), but his communication is sort of SP-ish. Part of the problem is, as Jen said in the other thread (hey, that rhymes!), that his character is poorly written and inconsistent.

    George Lucas is great at dreaming up imaginative action sequences, and he's a great storyteller, but he should've left the character element to another writer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Jennifer discussed that on the "Fictional NFs" thread. I said that Anakin has some Intuitive abilities (such as inventing and idealistic dreams), but his communication is sort of SP-ish. Part of the problem is, as Jen said in the other thread (hey, that rhymes!), that his character is poorly written and inconsistent.
    Granted, I think that the Jedi order itself is NF, however the character shows SP, even as a child. Consider Little Anakin's favorite pasttime in episode I, in his enjoyment of pod racing and tinkering with things, his ability to pick up on non-verbal cues and his observational skills (both are Se) and his sense for adventure. In episodes II and III, Anakin showed great impatience and impulsive behavior, and was always reactionary, and wreckless, compared to Obi Wan. Anakin also had a hard time dealing with his internal feelings, was full of fear and was opposed to keeping his feelings for the Queen, in lieu of it being prohibited. After finding his mother, what did he resort to to console himself?

    Contrary to the character being poorly written, I would say it showed him over a lifetime, which makes sense that his personality would change as he dealt with life altering problems.

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    A few more:

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    Lt. James Gordon, Batman Begins - ISxJ

    Carolyn Burnham, American Beauty - ESTJ

    Col. Frank Fitts, American Beauty - xSTJ

    Angela Hayes, American Beauty - ESFJ

    Cameron Frye, Ferris Bueller's Day Off - ISFJ

    SP

    Ferris Bueller, Ferris Bueller's Day Off - ESTP (maybe ENTP)

    Edison Trent, Freelancer (video game) - ISTP

    Marty McFly, Back to the Future - ESFP

    Biff Tannen, Back to the Future - ESTP

    Lester Burnham, American Beauty - ISFP

    Ethan Hunt, Mission: Impossible movies - ISTP

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    no way Ferris has to be NF 100%.

    And I would bet serious money on ENFP.
    *You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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