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    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    I know, this thread is three years old, but I don't care. I thought this was interesting. According to Funky MBTI in Fiction, Columbo is an ENTP, but I thought he was an INTP.
    If anybody else happens upon this thread and sees my post here - What do you think?

    Funky MBTI in Fiction * Columbo [ENTP]

    Ne: Columbo can visit a crime...
    totes mcgotes ENTP.

    and I think his character in The Princess Bride (Grandfather) was some sort of NP as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asynartetic View Post
    Inspector Gadget is an ENTP. 7w6. And insane.
    What about Columbo, you think he's Intp or Entp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    What about Columbo, you think he's Intp or Entp?
    See above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asynartetic View Post
    See above.
    I see lol - Was that iPhone always there?
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    I agree with ENTP for Colombo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quint View Post
    I see lol - Was that iPhone always there?
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    “In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” -CG Jung
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Penguin View Post
    I know, this thread is three years old, but I don't care. I thought this was interesting. According to Funky MBTI in Fiction, Columbo is an ENTP, but I thought he was an INTP.
    If anybody else happens upon this thread and sees my post here - What do you think?

    Funky MBTI in Fiction * Columbo [ENTP]

    Ne: Columbo can visit a crime...
    Columbo looks like he slept in his clothes. He never seems to go out for a few beers with the guys after work. But you can bet that if he hasn't solved a murder, it will keep him up at night, even to the wee hours of the morning. He's more interested in solving his puzzles, than spending time with most people and what people in general think of him.

    Clearly an introvert.

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