Miriam “Midge” Maisel (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Midge is great with people. She’s personable, charming, and charismatic. She doesn’t set out to become a comedian. Rather, she takes the stage of the Gaslight to vent about her feelings. Her husband just left her, so she just starts talking to a room full of strangers about it. Midge is comfortable in the spotlight and has no problems being the center of attention. People are drawn to her everywhere she goes, and she’s always able to keep an audience captivated. Midge has no interest in becoming a comedienne until Susie notices her natural talent and tries to talk her into pursuing a career in comedy. Midge is very good at feeling a room, and she is instinctively able to adjust her jokes in order to adapt to her audience. Midge is emotional, and wants Susie to learn how to comfort her. She wants Susie to lie and say she’s good, even when she isn’t! She needs Susie to let her cry and talk about her feelings when she has to. She desires a friendship with Susie, not just a professional relationship. Although she can get caught up in her emotions, Midge is also very good at putting on a good face for the sake of other people. Even though she’s angry with Joel, she’s able to put aside her feelings for the sake of the family, and is even able to be cordial towards him at dinner the day after he leaves her. Midge is extremely supportive of her husband. She wants to make others as comfortable as she can, and knows how to put people at ease.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: A sense of familiarity and stability is important to Midge. After marrying Joel, she doesn’t want to move too far from home. In fact, she gets an apartment in the same building she grew up in, just above her parents. She’s reluctant to perform in venues other than the Gaslight, because she likes it there. “It feels like home.” Midge craves the traditional things in life. She wanted to go to college, meet a man, get married, and have a nice home. Midge is highly attentive to detail. When Joel performs, she carries around a book to take notes in, and logs everything. When she begins her comedy career, she makes a point of gathering as much information as she can in order to improve her own act. She watches other comedians perform, and writes down what about their act she’d like to incorporate into her own. Midge favors methods that are proven to work. If this works for that comedian, it will surely work for her as well!

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Although Midge can be a little uneasy about breaking out of her comfort zone, she is usually willing to after some prodding. And when she does, she typically shines. Midge is easily able to improvise, and delivers entire sets, which are often inspired by her personal life and experiences (Fe-Si-Ne) on the fly. Midge is very good at making connections, which is very useful in her standup routines. She’s able to make comparisons and create metaphors off the top of her head. Midge is able to throw herself right into new atmospheres and experiences, and, while it may sometimes be difficult for her at first, she is able to adapt to change quickly. In a very short period of time, Midge loses her husband, her home, and has to start working, which she’s never done before, and she not only survives, she thrives. When it comes to her comedy, Midge has a flair for spontaneity, and she’s not above switching gears in the middle of a set to take her routine in an entirely new direction.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: It’s nearly impossible for Midge to detach from her emotions. But that usually works in her favor, since she incorporates them into her sets. She can’t put her feelings aside. If Susie wants to be her manager, she has to manage all of her. Not just Midge, the comedienne, but Midge, the human being. Midge can be analytical about things, and her assessments about situations she finds herself in are often utilized in her routines. She has a quick mind and a very sharp wit, and has a knack for playful banter. Midge enjoys having debates, and likes engaging in conversations with her father where their opinions differ, which her mother chastizes her for. Sometimes, it’s difficult for Midge to look at things with objectivity and rationality. When she bombs, she blames the audience and is initially unable to see that the problem was her, not them. It’s difficult for Midge to handle choking, and briefly contemplates quitting altogether when she’s unable to deal with the heckling.

Enneagram: 2w3 7w6 8w7 So/Sx

Molly Weasley (Harry Potter): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Molly is warm, empathetic, and loving. She is extremely nurturing, maternal, and constantly focused on the needs of those around her. Molly is very protective of the people in her life and cares very much about their best interests. Molly prefers to omit important information if divulging it will upset the people she cares about, which is why she didn’t want Arthur to tell Harry about Sirius Black’s escape from Azkaban. She opens her home and her heart to Harry, who she views Harry as a surrogate son and becomes concerned about the influence Sirius has over him. She always includes him and makes him feel like part of the family, always tending to him, feeding him, and making sure he has presents to open each Christmas. Molly has no qualms about expressing her emotions and discusses her feelings with ease. Whether those feelings kind and loving, anger, rage, worry, disgust, or fear, Molly doesn’t hesitate to let them out. Molly is always worried that the people she loves are in danger. When faced with a boggart, it is revealed that her biggest fear is losing her loved ones, and she is driven to make sure they are safe. When Bellatrix Lestrange makes a move toward Ginny, Molly fiercely defends her daughter, killing Bellatrix. Molly always believes she knows what’s best for everybody and can be a bit controlling and strict at times, but when she is, it comes from a place of love and concern.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Doing things the “right” way is important to Molly. She discourages Fred and George after they leave Hogwarts and fail to complete their education because she wants her children to have normal jobs at the Ministry of Magic. Molly is incredibly grounded and practical. She doesn’t have patience for flights of fancy, which often causes her to clash with the twins. Rules are important to Molly and she gets extremely agitated when her children break them, often administering harsh punishments, or going on long, angry tirades after they’ve been disobedient. Molly wants her children to be safe, so she gets highly upset when they put themselves in danger or engage in reckless behavior. Molly’s experiences (and other people’s) are very important to her and inform her decisions regarding others. Harry is perfectly safe at Hogwarts because Dumbledore is there and nothing bad will happen to him while Dumbledore’s around. Molly prefers to do things in ways that have been proven to be successful, and often consults books to deal with problems. She hangs onto Gilderoy Lockhart’s every word and trusts his advice on de-gnoming because of all of his experience (not to mention, her crush on him). She also refers to a book to deal with the black eye Hermione received as a result of Fred and George’s punching telescope. Molly tends to clash with Sirius a lot because she’s a mother and she knows what’s best for Harry. Sirius has no parenting experience whatsoever! Molly is very loyal to Dumbledore and her faith in him never wavers because he has earned her trust and her respect. It takes time for her to warm up to Fleur, who she initially writes off as being shallow and an unfit match for her son, but when Fleur proves herself, Molly comes around and accepts her as part of the family. Tradition is important to Molly – she likes that everyone in her family was a member of Gryffindor, and she is thrilled when Ron becomes a prefect because everyone in the family had been one (except, as she seems to forget, Fred and George).

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Molly often imagines worst-case scenarios When Fred, George, and Ron take the car, she is sick with worry that they had crashed somewhere. Molly gets a lot of ideas from things in her external world. Rita Skeeter is a reporter, so Molly takes her word for it when she writes about Hermione toying with the affections of both Viktor Krum and Harry, causing Molly to begin behaving quite coldly towards Hermione. Molly seems to be uncomfortable with doing things in ways that are unfamiliar to her and seems to be averse to trying new things, such as when Arthur had tried to use Muggle stitches on his wounds and she admonished him for it.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Thinking critically and make objective, rational decisions doesn’t come easily for Molly. While it might be best if Harry knows what he’s up against, Molly argues that he’s just a boy! We shouldn’t be scaring him! He’s a child. It’s difficult for Molly to keep her emotions out of her decisions. Although the more rational members of the Order believed that Harry should be armed with the knowledge of what they were truly up against so that he could prepare himself for what was ahead, Molly cared more about shielding Harry from it in order to protect his innocence and keep him out of harm’s way.

Enneagram: 2w1 6w5 1w2 Sp/So

Kate Pearson (This Is Us): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Kate is very upfront with her feelings and wants to talk things out. She is emotionally honest and doesn’t hesitate to confront people when she feels they’ve wronged her or the people she cares about. Kate is quick to stand up for people and defend them, such as when Olivia disrespects Kevin by flirting with Asher right in front of him. Kate is very conscious of what other people think about her, and cares a great deal about public perception. She can be very sacrificial, often putting her brother’s needs above her own personal life. She is so concerned with other people’s feelings and focuses on being there for the people she loves that she allows her own life to pass her by, forgetting to allow herself to pursue her own passions and dreams. Kate is typically warm, friendly, and kind, but she also has a very good sense about people, and if she doesn’t like someone, she has no trouble making her feelings known. Kate is so outwardly focused that she often compares herself to people around her, which depletes her own self-esteem.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: The past has a strong hold on Kate and it’s very difficult for her to let things go and move on. She grew up watching football with her father, so when Toby invites a friend over for the game, Kate has a hard time processing the change and walks out. Family and tradition are very important to Kate. She is sentimental and is often seen cherishing and idealizing her childhood memories. Kate often tries to preserve and recreate moments and events that were important to her. When Rebecca decides to sell the cabin, Kate makes a big deal out of going back there with her brothers one last time, and is extremely upset when Olivia, Sloane, and Asher show up because they’re ruined her chances of making one last memory there. She wants to reminisce and play the board games they played as kids, and these strangers are spoiling it! Kate often quotes her father and enjoys discussing past events that brought her joy. Kate’s past has a lot of power over her. She relives it with such intensity while at weight loss camp that she breaks down into tears in a room full of people because she was experiencing vivid flashbacks to all of the major moments in her life. She’s unable to tell Toby about Jack’s death (even though it happened many years ago) because discussing it is too painful for her.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: It’s not easy for Kate to break out of her comfort zone and try new things, but Toby often gives her the push she needs. When she gives in and allows herself to experience the unfamiliar, she usually ends up embracing it and enjoying herself. Sometimes, Kate is capable of taking risks and chartering a new path for herself, and when she gains the courage to take a leap, she’s often successful at whatever she pursues. Kate can be good at reading between the lines and figuring out what’s really happening, though these brainstorms are usually connected to people (Fe), rather than ideas just for the sake of ideas. After her 36th birthday, Kate has an epiphany and attempts to change the trajectory of her life and start anew by losing weight and coming out of her shell without letting anyone or anything hold her back.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Detaching from her emotions doesn’t come easily for Kate. She leads with her heart and sometimes has trouble taking a step back and looking at things from a more rational perspective. When Kate is angry or upset with someone, her inferior function becomes a weapon which she uses to bluntly deliver cold, harsh truths to those around her. When Kate meets Toby’s ex-wife, she becomes obsessed with finding out every bit of information about her she possibly can, and even begins stalking her on social media. She wants to understand and tries to find a reason to explain why Toby would go from being in a relationship with someone so thin, beautiful, and successful to someone like her, and over-analyzes the situation in an unhealthy way.

Enneagram: 2w3 6w7 1w2 Sx/So

Prince Charming/David Nolan (Once Upon a Time): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: David is fiercely protective of his loved ones. He cares about being helpful and doing the right thing. David wants to be of service to others. He’s warm, affirming, honorable, and supportive. David wants to do what is best for everyone, whether it’s the citizens of Storybrooke or his people in the Enchanted Forest. David is okay with fighting and killing if it’s for the greater good. The only way to stop the Evil Queen is to kill her! Think of all the damage she could inflict on more innocent people if we allow her to live! David hates to upset people and will typically lie to them to avoid hurting their feelings. He doesn’t want Kathryn to feel bad, so he lied about remembering their dog. The first time he leaves Kathryn, he tells Mary Margaret he did it because pretending would be the most hurtful thing he could do to her. She deserves to be with someone who doesn’t have to fake their affections. When he ends their relationship for the second time, David lies to her about why he’s leaving her to spare her the pain of knowing he fell for another woman. However, as Mary Margaret points out, his desire to not hurt anyone results in everyone getting hurt. He doesn’t tell Henry that Jefferson can’t help them because he doesn’t want to disappoint him. When David’s mother wants him to marry for a dowry that could save their farm, he refuses to do it because he wants to marry for love. However, when King George tells him he must marry to save the entire kingdom, David agrees because he can’t allow that many people to suffer – it’s selfish. It was one thing when it was just his family’s farm on the line, but he can’t stand idly by when he can do something to help such a large number of people. Not only is he willing to sacrifice his chance of ever finding true love – he even agrees to never see his own mother again in order to help his people. When David is ordered not to go into battle, he does so anyway because people are dying! David is usually good at sensing how those around him are feeling – even though she doesn’t say it, he knows Mary Margaret wants to be with him. He can feel it. He’s appalled when King George gives him a crown (a gift from King Midas) because it could “feed the kingdom for an entire winter” with it.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: After waking up from his coma, David decides he wants to leave his wife to be with Mary Margaret, and goes through with it, until Regina gives him false memories of his life with Kathryn. When he “remembers” her, he decides he must honor the commitment he made and go back to her. Even though he doesn’t feel the love he once supposedly had for her, he remembers feeling that way, and so he feels staying with her is the right thing to do. David believes that he can replicate past successes by using the same techniques. He used a bird to find Snow once, so he’ll just do that again. When Emma and Snow get stuck in another realm, he asks Mother Superior if he can use a tree to cross from Storybrooke to the Enchanted Forest, because that was how they got Emma to this world in the first place, so it could work again! In his quest to get them back, David goes to Mr. Gold and asks him for something like the ring he had given once given him to find Snow. David’s first response is rarely to come up with a new way of doing things – he trusts the methods that he knows have worked for him before. David believes he and Snow will always find each other – because they always have. Each time they’re separated is no different than the last. They always make it back to each other. David is certain that Snow will be in the Netherworld because she made it there once before, so if he goes there to find her, he knows she’ll be there again. Once the first curse is broken, David wants to return to the Enchanted Forest. He wants to go back home and carry a sword again! He longs for the way things used to be. Snow, on the other hand, is content to stay in Storybrooke because home is wherever her family is. It’s hard for David to come around where Regina is concerned because of everything she’s done in the past. While Snow and Emma are willing to start anew and want to give Regina the chance to redeem herself, David believes that she’ll revert to her old ways sooner or later because that’s who she is. She’s ruined their lives every chance she’s ever had, and that’s what she will continue to do! It’s hard for David to deny physical evidence and, instead of thinking of alternate possibilities (someone must’ve framed Mary Margaret for Kathryn’s murder), he begins to doubt her when confronted with what seemed like solid proof (“It was your jewelry box, your fingerprints, knife in your apartment”). David is old-fashioned and traditional and is comfortable with the old way of doing things (such as using torches). When the curse is broken and everybody tries to flee Storybrooke, David is able to keep them there by empathizing (Fe). He gets why people would choose to leave and just forget all of their unhappy memories – but your memories make you who you are! The good ones and the bad ones! For David, all of life’s moments are worth living. David tries to learn from his mistakes and use the knowledge he gains from his past experiences to make better decisions in the present. He made the mistake of failing to believe in Mary Margaret when everyone thought she was guilty of murder so he’s not going to do that again with Ruby. Instead, he stands by her and protects her. When Ruby sees Regina going into Archie’s office on the night he supposedly died, David believes that Regina is responsible. Ruby isn’t lying because he knows Ruby and she wouldn’t make something like that up, but all of his experiences with Regina have been negative, so Regina must be the one who’s lying.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Although it’s not his main approach, David can be good at connecting dots and is able to make the occasional intuitive leap. When he finds out from Red that Snow intended to stop his wedding, David realizes that King George must’ve intervened and caused her to change her mind somehow. When David brainstorms, it’s not just for fun – he wants to come up with ideas so he can use them to create plans to defeat whatever he finds himself up against. David tends to maintain an optimistic view of the future – he typically believes that things will work out favorably for himself and his loved ones. He volunteers to be put under a sleeping curse because he’s sure that Snow will make it back to wake him from it. Even though Mr. Gold cautions him by telling him he may never wake up, David has no doubt that Snow will break the curse. David has faith in the people he loves and believes in them no matter what.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Because David leads with his heart, it’s difficult for him to make logical, detached decisions. He always believes that he’ll be able to come up with a solution to whatever problems he and his loved ones face. If his original plan is foiled, David usually believes that he’ll be able to find another way to get the job done, though sometimes he has moments of doubt. When the hat is destroyed, he doesn’t know how he’ll be able to find another way to travel between worlds. In stressful situations, David can come to harsh conclusions (we must execute the Queen for the safety of our people!) He’s also able to deduce that Albert killed Billy in order to pin it on Ruby, knowing that David would come to her defense. He wanted to take power away from David by getting the town to turn against him for protecting Ruby. When David analyzes problems, he can struggle to come to the correct conclusion. When Mary Margaret is framed for Kathryn’s “murder,” he begins to question her innocence because all of the evidence pointed to her. He later does this again when Cora tries to frame Regina for Archie’s “murder.” He struggles to see beyond the alleged “facts” of a situation.

Enneagram: 1w2 2w1 6w5 So/Sx


Prince Charming: I say we fight!
Jiminy: Fighting is a bad idea. Giving into one’s dark side never accomplishes anything.
Prince Charming: Then how many wars has a clear conscience won? We need to take the Queen out before she can inflict her curse.
Doc: Can we even trust Rumplestiltskin?
Prince Charming: I’ve sent my men into the forest. The animals are abuzz with the Queen’s plan. This is going to happen unless we do something.
Snow: There’s no point. The future is written.
Prince Charming: No. I refuse to believe that. Good can’t just lose.
Snow: Maybe it can.
Prince Charming: No. No, not as long as we have each other. If you believe him about the curse, then you must believe him about our child. She will be the saviour.

David: I’m trying to remember this place. It’s like… It’s like I woke up in some strange land.
Mary Margaret: Is there anything coming back? What about when you’re with her? You remembered your dog.
David: Yeah, I lied.
Mary Margaret: You did?
David: She’s so loving and I didn’t want to disappoint her. But none of it feels right. You know, a dog named Ajax? Who would name their dog that? None of it makes sense. None of it… None of it feels real.

Ruth: He has a daughter. She’s ready for marriage. He thinks the two of you would make a great couple.
Prince Charming: Mother…
Ruth: I know, I know. I hate myself for even bringing it up.
Prince Charming: Let me guess – she has a dowry that will save the farm?
Ruth: We are running out of options.
Prince Charming: Mother, please. As poor as we are, love is one thing I can afford. I will find a way to save this farm, but I won’t do it by marrying for riches. When I marry, I want it to be because I choose to spend the rest of my life with someone I love.
Ruth: When are you going to learn? You can’t have everything.

[The dragon, who is still in the cave, roars. Flames are seen at the cave’s entrance. The knights are heard screaming.]
Prince Charming: They need our help.
[Prince Charming tries to run to the cave, but is held back by the two knights.]
Knight: We stay here. Our orders are clear.
Prince Charming: People are dying!

Prince Charming: Midas wants to unite the kingdoms. By marrying me to his daughter.
Ruth: What?
Prince Charming: It makes the grain merchant’s dowry look like sheep dung.
Ruth: No. You were right to turn down that offer, as you must this one, too. Every day you’ve been gone, has shown me it was shameful of me to ever encourage you otherwise. Your freedom to choose is more important than anything. I’ll give up the farm.
Prince Charming: No.
Ruth: They can’t force you.
Prince Charming: Yes, they can. Because of our ruse, Midas can never really know who I am, which…
Ruth: We can’t ever see each other again.
Prince Charming: Yes.
Ruth: Then don’t do it – run away.
Prince Charming: I can’t. They will kill you.
Ruth: I lose you either way. At least I’ll know you’ll be happy.
Prince Charming: I already accepted Midas’ offer. I didn’t come here for advice, mother. I came here to say goodbye. There was too much at stake. I couldn’t let the kingdom suffer on my account. I couldn’t let them hurt you. You know, you were right about one thing – can’t have everything.

David: So, I heard you resigned from the hospital. Was it me? Cause of what I told you, about how I felt about you… Oh, come on – don’t tell me it’s one sided.
Mary Margaret: You’re married. It should be no side.
David: Should be doesn’t matter. Whoever married Kathryn, it’s not me. I didn’t choose her. I’m choosing you. I know you feel it – I can tell.

Mary Margaret: Tell me you didn’t leave your wife because of me? I do not want to destroy your marriage.
David: You’re not. It’s me. I don’t want to hurt her either, but the most hurtful thing to Kathryn would be me pretending. she needs someone to feel about her the way I feel about you.
Mary Margaret: I’m really trying hard to stay away from you. To do the right thing.
David: Why is that the right thing?
Mary Margaret: Because you already have a life.
David: With someone I didn’t choose. The man who chose that life, whoever married Kathryn, is gone.
Mary Margaret: You really have to leave me alone.

David: You came.
Mary Margaret: You sound surprised. In fact, you almost sound a bit disappointed.
David: I remember.
Mary Margaret: Kathryn?
David: Everything.
Mary Margaret: And you love her.
David: I don’t know. But I know I did. I remember how I felt and I think I have to honor that.
Mary Margaret: And everything that you said to me-
David: Is true. I do have feelings for you – intense feelings. Feelings I don’t quite understand.
Mary Margaret: And you’re going back to her.
David: It’s the right thing to do.
Mary Margaret: The right thing to do, was not to lead me on.
David: I know.
Mary Margaret: So, you’ve made your choice.
David: I’m sorry-
Mary Margaret: That’s okay. I guess it just wasn’t meant to be.

King George: Your absence is felt. It is, after all, in your honor. I thought this might rouse you from your chamber. [He pulls the lid off of the box, revealing a crown.]
Prince Charming: You could feed the kingdom for an entire winter with that crown.
King George: It’s a gift – from King Midas. For you to wear as you marry his daughter. Once that is done, our new prosperity will allow us to feed the kingdom for all eternity. Show some enthusiasm.
Prince Charming: Enthusiasm wasn’t part of the deal. The wedding’s in two days. I’ve honored your wishes.
King George: But I want your heart – not just your honour.
Prince Charming: My heart shall belong to Abigail.
King George: You think I’m a fool, don’t you? Your heart can’t belong to Abigail when it’s held by another woman. And don’t deny it. I know that look. Who is she?
Prince Charming: I met her on a journey. We haven’t seen each other since, but… She stayed with me.
King George: Forget her.
Prince Charming: You speak as if that’s so easy.
King George: Nobility was not meant to be easy. All this wealth, the power we hold over other men’s lives – do you think that comes at no cost?
Prince Charming: I asked for none of it.
King George: You were chosen to be my son. Plucked from poverty, wanting for nothing. Be thankful for that.
Prince Charming: It wasn’t charity, Father. It was the only way to save your kingdom.

Mary Margaret: No, David. It’s too painful.
David: It doesn’t have to be. We don’t know if Kathryn’s pregnant.
Mary Margaret: It doesn’t matter. You chose her.
David: I know, but I still have feelings for you.
Mary Margaret: You can’t have both.
David: But I do have both. I know… I know it doesn’t make sense, but it’s like I have these two conflicting lives. Memories of feelings for her and real feelings for you.
Mary Margaret: Who’s to say which is real?
David: I can’t get you out of my head.

Kathryn: David? David, come take a look. I found a whole bunch of great apartment options. I have no idea which neighbourhood to look at, but… Have you ever been to Boston?
David: No. No, I’ve never been.
Kathryn: Maybe we should ask the Sheriff, Emma. She’s from there. She could probably help-
David: Kathryn. I can’t go to Boston with you.
Kathryn: Can’t? Or won’t?
David: I’m sorry. I am so, so sorry. I… I don’t know what to say.
Kathryn: Try the truth. David, is there something going on that I don’t know about?
David: No. No, something happened. I don’t know what it is, but there is something that’s preventing me from connecting. And it’s not fair to you to let that screw up your life. You’re right – you need a fresh start. It’s just not with me.

Mary Margaret: Who did this?
David: I don’t know. I’m sorry. I don’t know how any of this happened.
Mary Margaret: You don’t know? Really?
David: Mary Margaret, I can’t control what other people do.
Mary Margaret: No, but you can control what you do. And you lied. And, now, everyone is calling me a tramp.
David: Who told her?
Mary Margaret: That is exactly the wrong question. The real question is, why didn’t you do what we discussed? Why didn’t you tell her?
David: I thought we could spare her feelings.
Mary Margaret: Right – you thought. Not we – you. And we discussed this.
David: I didn’t want anyone to get hurt.
Mary Margaret: Now everyone is hurt. We had an understanding. We had an agreement. But you not only lied to her, you lied to me.

Red: She’s gone. She never came back after she went to find you.
Prince Charming: Then I’ll find her. I will always find her. And I will convince her that we belong together. I will always fight for her, no matter what comes between us.
Red: It won’t be much of a fight.
Prince Charming: What are you talking about?
Red: Snow wants to be with you more than anything.
Prince Charming: Don’t mock me. Snow told me that we can’t be together because she doesn’t love me.
Red: She left here to break up your wedding, because she’s in love with you. Unless, something changed her mind along the way…
Prince Charming: Not something – someone.

Abigail: There is legend of a lake – Lake Nostos. Its waters are said to have magical properties, that can return to you something that was once lost.
Prince Charming: And, yet, you haven’t tried it?
Abigail: Of course I have. But the lake is guarded by a ghastly creature that drowns its victims. No one who’s ever faced it has lived to return.
Prince Charming: Don’t give up hope just yet. I will face this guardian and return with the water that will undo this wretched curse.
Abigail: None have succeeded.
Prince Charming: None have my fearless bravery.
Abigail: Or fearless disregard for their own safety.
Prince Charming: Either way, one of us should have our happiness.
Abigail: And if you die, neither of us will.
Prince Charming: No, not true. Don’t you understand? If I succeed, you will be reunited with Frederick and your misery ends. If I fail, the misery that ends will be mine.

Frederick: I am forever indebted to you.
Prince Charming: Well, pay me back by walking down the aisle with someone you truly belong with. And, perhaps, giving me a horse and supplies for a journey as well?
Frederick: Done.
Abigail: Thank you. So much. Where will you go?
Prince Charming: To find Snow White.
Abigail: You are going after her.
Prince Charming: True love isn’t easy, but it must be fought for. Because once you find it, it can never be replaced.
Abigail: How will you know where to find her?
Prince Charming: Well, a bird helped me track her down once. Hopefully, it can again.

Snow: What do you think you’re doing? Why would you do this?
Prince Charming: Well, because… You said you appreciate… Action more than words. So, now… You’re going to get both. I love you, Snow.
Snow: But, I don’t love you. I don’t even remember you.
Prince Charming: Well, I don’t care. The only thing I care about is that you don’t forget who you really are. I would rather die than let you fill your heart with darkness.
Snow: You would really die for me?
Prince Charming: Does it look like I’m making this up?
Snow: No one’s ever done anything like this for me before. No one’s ever been willing to die for me.
Prince Charming: No one you can remember.

David: Mary Margaret.
Mary Margaret: David.
David: Emma said we could have a few minutes alone. I wanted to tell you, that Dr. Hopper helped me remember what happened during my blackouts.
Mary Margaret: And?
David: Uh, I… I only, um, got pieces of the memory, but… We were in the woods, and I kept saying, ‘don’t do it’.
Mary Margaret: Don’t do what?
David: Don’t kill her. That’s what I kept saying.
Mary Margaret: Kathryn? You think you remember me wanting to kill Kathryn?
David: Can you explain why I have that memory?
Mary Margaret: David? Are you asking me if I had something to do with Kathryn’s murder?
David: The Sheriff found a heart in our spot. It was in your jewelry box. The weapon was found in your apartment. And I have these… These memories. So, yes, I’m asking.
Mary Margaret: When your phone records came back, when I found you wandering in the woods, when everyone thought you killed Kathryn, I stood by you. I never once doubted you. And, now that everything is pointing to me, you actually think I am capable of that kind of evil? Get. Out.

David: Please wait. Look, I’ll leave if you want. I… I just think we need to talk.
Mary Margaret: So, talk.
David: I need to apologize.
Mary Margaret: Yes, you do. Keep going.
David: I didn’t believe you. I didn’t stand with you.
Mary Margaret: You know, I will never forget that moment… The moment the world sort of blows you backwards, and the one person you thought would always be there to catch you… He isn’t there.
David: Look at what was going on. It was your jewelry box, your fingerprints, knife in your apartment-
Mary Margaret: It was a setup.
David: And a really good one. I’m human. I fell for it. I’m sorry, but… We have to move forward.
Mary Margaret: But we can’t. It’s like something in this world doesn’t want us together.
David: Like what? Dark forces?
Mary Margaret: Maybe. I don’t know, but it’s like something just keeps pouring poison between us. And what I don’t want, is to have all of those good memories… Replaced by moments like that. When I looked at you, and I saw that you didn’t believe me…
David: No. I know. I am so sorry.
Mary Margaret: I know. I know.
David: But, I love you.
Mary Margaret: And that… Is what makes it all so sad.

Emma: Then, we have a problem.
David: No, we don’t. Regina does.
Regina: What?
Mary Margaret: David?
Emma: You want to let her die?
David: Why not? Then it goes away and then, we’re safe.
Regina: That’s quite the example you’re setting for your daughter, there.
David: No, you don’t get to judge us.

David: Torches – for when it comes back. I know it’s old fashioned, but so am I.

David: Could there be a tree on this side? The way we sent Emma through as a baby. Maybe I could go after them that way.
Mother Superior: It’s possible, but without fairy dust to guide us here… No, it’s hopeless.

David: Okay. You had a little girl’s tea set in your car and a stuffed rabbit toy, so I’m thinking you have a daughter you love. Well, I do, too. And a wife. And they’re out there somewhere. In the Enchanted Forest, or a void, I don’t even know. But I’m going to get them back.

David: If you cross that line, you’re going to be lost. Everyone who loves you will lose you. But there’s something worse – you’ll lose yourself. Look, I get wanting to leave here, I do. And I get that it’s easier to let go of bad memories, but… Even bad memories are part of us. David, Storybrooke David, was – is – weak, confused. And he hurt the woman I love. I wouldn’t give up being Charming just to be him, but, you know what? I wouldn’t make the other trade, either. Because that David reminds me, not only of who I lost, but of who I want to be. My weaknesses, and my strengths. David, and the Prince. I am both – just like you. You are both. The town is both. We are both. Stay here, and every choice is open to you. Live in the woods if you want. Hell, live in a shoe if you want. Or eat frozen burritos and write software. Let’s open Granny’s and the school. And get back to work. I will protect you. She won’t be able to hurt any of us. Not as long as I’m alive. Not as long as we all come together. As we did before. As we shall do again.

Henry: I’m not coming with you. But I… I thought we were going to find Jefferson?
David: I already did.
Henry: What? Is he going to help us?
David: No. No, Henry, he’s not.
Henry: But why didn’t you tell me you talked to him?
David: Because I didn’t want to disappoint you. I know you want to find your mom, but Jefferson can’t help us. I need to find a way to restore the hat.

David: It had to be something else, Ruby.
Ruby: No, I did this! We both know it.
David: No. A few months ago, everyone thought Mary Margaret was guilty of murder. She needed someone to believe in her. I didn’t do that. I am not going to make the same mistake with you!
Ruby: Mary Margaret never killed anyone. I have.
David: I know who you really are, Ruby. Even if you’ve lost sight of it.

David: You’ll be safe in here tonight.
Ruby: Thank you, David.
David: Thank me in the morning. By then, I’ll have found whoever really killed Billy.
Albert: You already have. That thing. That she-wolf.
David: Get out. Whatever issues you have with me, don’t involve her. There’s no proof Ruby had anything to do with what happened.
Albert: It seems to me, that you’re allowing your emotions to cloud your judgment.
Ruby: Leave him alone.
Albert: Protecting your friend at the peril of everyone else. I knew you’d slip up, shepherd. It was only a matter of time.
David: What do you want?
Albert: Justice. Hand that over to me, and let the town decide her fate.
David: Never. I know exactly what kind of justice you have in mind.
Albert: This town is bigger than you think. I start telling people that you’re putting their lives in danger to protect your own interests? You’ll have a mutiny on your hands.
David: Yeah, we’ll see. You want her, you have to go through me.

Granny: This way. The trunk.
[David pops the truck. Inside, everything appears to be normal. However, underneath, they find Ruby’s hood and a hatchet in the spare tire compartment.]
David: The wolf didn’t kill Billy.
Granny: Ruby’s hood.
David: So she’d be forced to change back into a wolf. So whoever killed Billy could pin the murder on her.
Granny: Who would want to hurt my Ruby?
David smashes in the driver’s side window and finds the registration.]
David: This isn’t about Ruby. It’s about me. Spencer.
Granny: King George?
David: He needed a reason to wrestle power away from me, so he created one.
[A wolf is heard howling in the distance.]
Granny: She’s out.
David: The mob. They’re going to kill her.

David: He may never see his mother or grandmother again. How am I going to break that news to him?
Ruby: You won’t have to.
David: Travel between worlds is as hard as it comes. Fairy dust on its own isn’t enough. It took an entire curse to get us here in the first place. Without the hat…
Ruby: You’ll find another way.
David: You don’t know that.
Ruby: But I know you. And I know you’ll never give up until you do. And David? You’re not going to be doing this alone.
David: Thank you.

Regina: Aurora is gone. Why do we need to send Henry back to that fiery inferno with no one there to receive our message?
David: Because someone will be there.
Regina: Who?
David: Snow.
Regina: Well, that’s an awfully big assumption.
David: No. No, it’s not. She was there once before. She can go back. She can find a way. She will – I know it. And I’ll be waiting.
Regina: You’re going to this Netherworld?
David: I faced you. How bad could it be?
Mr. Gold: It’s not as simple as that. You can’t get there. You haven’t been under a sleeping curse.
David: Well, then put me under one.
Mr. Gold: If we do that, there’s a chance you might never wake up.
David: Sure I will. When I see her, she’ll kiss me, and I’ll be fine. Now, put me under. I’ve spent far too much time looking for my wife. It is time to bring her home.

David: It’s going to be alright.
Henry: How do you know?
David: Well… How did you know Emma would save you after you ate the turnover?
Henry: I… I believed in her.
David: The way Snow and I believed she’d come back to break the curse. That’s the kind of faith that runs in our family.

Prince Charming: Then only one thing is certain – as long as the Queen lives, the kingdom is in danger.
Snow: Are you saying…
Prince Charming: Yes. We must kill the Queen. Thank you all.
Snow: You sure this is what we must do?
Prince Charming: What choice do we have? As long as she draws breath, she will come after us – after you.
Snow: There’s always a choice. You stopped me from killing her once, took an arrow to save her. Why is this different?
Prince Charming: I took that arrow to save your life, not hers. That was an assassination. This is an execution. If we don’t stop her now, there’s no telling what she’ll live to do.

Prince Charming: Snow, I thought we agreed what had to be done. Instead, you show the Queen mercy? She doesn’t deserve it. You heard her. She’s completely unrepentant.
Snow: What I heard, was a woman who didn’t want to appear weak in her final moments.
Prince Charming: I’ve seen her kill, I’ve seen her terrorize. Every moment I’ve seen of her, has been one of evil.
Snow: Exactly. That you’ve seen. But I knew her before. I knew her when she was good. She saved my life when I was a little girl.
Prince Charming: That was years ago.
Snow: She changed before. Why can’t she change back?
Prince Charming: You can’t be serious. You want to rehabilitate the Queen?
Snow: Maybe showing her mercy is the first step.
Prince Charming: But, if you fail, the entire safety of the kingdom is at stake. We cannot take that risk.
Snow: You’re so sure of her black soul? Sure enough to kill? Because there’s no going back from killing.
Prince Charming: If you think this is the right thing to do, then it’s what we shall do. But know that your path is one that we cannot come back from either.

Regina: Oh, it’s now against the law to get into an argument with someone?
David: It is if you go to their office later that night and kill them.
Regina: Archie’s dead?
David: Stop it, Regina. Ruby saw you going into his office last night.
Regina: Then she’s lying. I was home all evening. After everything I’ve done to change, to win Henry back, why would I toss it all away now? And, if I did and I was going to kill Archie, you would never know it. The fact that he’s dead and you caught me shows sloppiness.
David: You’ve been caught before. Come on, Emma. Who do you think’s lying – Ruby, or her? She’s incapable of change, no matter how many times we’ve given her the chance. Why should this time be any different?

Emma: I promise we’ll find whoever really did this.
David: Isn’t it time you admit we already have? Regina had a fight with Archie, Ruby saw her outside last night, and now, her file is empty. That’s… That’s a lot of evidence.
Emma: Maybe that’s the point.
David: What do you mean?
Emma: Well, I don’t know how it is in fairy tale land, but in the real world, it’s usually hard to find evidence. But this has been way too easy. Unless, someone wants us to find evidence.

Mary Margaret: I really liked this one.
David: I don’t know. The yard looks kind of small.
Mary Margaret: You going to say that about every house we look at?
David: I grew up on a farm.
Mary Margaret: This isn’t about the houses, is it?
David: We buried a friend this morning, Mary Margaret, and it made me realize… I don’t want to die here.
Mary Margaret: But our home, David? It doesn’t exist anymore. The ogres are back. Cora’s in power.
David: Which is exactly why we need to return. To make things right – to fight.
Mary Margaret: I’m tired of fighting! That’s all we’ve ever done. We have a chance here – a chance to be together.
David: But what if we don’t belong here? Isn’t it worth it to fight for what we really want?
Mary Margaret: Unless, we don’t want the same thing.

Mary Margaret: You like the holster, huh?
David: I miss carrying a sword.

Leroy: So what’s the plan?
David: Lead the giant away from here, so he can’t hurt anyone.
Mary Margaret: Wait. If we keep heading in this direction, we’re going to hit the town line.
David: Okay, new plan.
Mary Margaret: What are you doing?
David: Giving him what he wants. Anton! How about we make a deal?
Anton: I don’t make deals with humans.
David: Just hear me out. I’ll surrender myself to you, if you spare the lives of everyone in Storybrooke.
Mary Margaret: David, you can’t do this.
David: If I don’t, the whole town will suffer. I can’t allow that. Well, what do you say?

David: Sometimes I wonder how things would’ve turned out if I had been the one raised by King George instead of my brother. You know, would I have been…corrupt like him?
Mary Margaret: Never.
David: Same blood ran through our veins.
Mary Margaret: Mm, but your hearts are different. You may not believe it, but trust me – I know you, Charming. I had a lot of fun today.
David: Fun?
Mary Margaret: Uh-huh.
David: Almost getting killed is fun?
Mary Margaret: Yeah. I missed our adventures.
David: Me, too. It was kind of fun. You know, we could do this all the time. When the beans grow, we could go back. Everyone could go home.
Mary Margaret: I don’t know.
David: What don’t you know?
Mary Margaret: Home is where our family is. And that’s here. I don’t know if Emma would come with us, and I am not going to be separated from her again.

David: You know, you gotta look for the moments.
Emma: Moments.
David: Yes. Life is made up of moments – good ones, bad ones, but they’re all worth living.
Emma: Well, I seem to be a magnet for the bad ones.
David: Well, then all the more reason to look for the good moments in between the bad ones.
Emma: And you think having lunch with Neal will be a good moment?
David: I don’t know. Does he eat with his mouth open?

David: Why didn’t you tell me?
Mary Margaret: Because telling you makes things real, and I needed to believe it wasn’t; that I could find a way to stop it, that redemption was possible.
David: It is. Look at August.
Mary Margaret: But it cost him… everything.
David: You are not him, Mary Margaret, and you sure as hell aren’t Regina. Which means, those are not the only two options. We’ll find another way. I know it.
Mary Margaret: What makes you so sure?
[he places her hand over her heart]
David: This does. And I know it better than anyone.

Prince Charming: Snow, I can explain.
Snow: So it’s true. You planted the sword in that stone.
Prince Charming: I did.
Snow: So you took me on an adventure to find a magical sword because…
Prince Charming: You needed to believe in something I already knew.
Snow: So when I stood up to Regina–
Prince Charming: You did that on your own. You had it inside you that entire time. You just…needed some help to realize that.
Snow: But you didn’t.
[Charming shakes his head. Snow White kisses him]

Jane Sloan (The Bold Type): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Jane cares about what other people think of her and how she is perceived by the public, which makes it hard for her to expose herself to the world. She wants to write her article about never having an orgasm anonymously because she’s afraid of being judged for it. She doesn’t want to look like an idiot in front of Jacqueline and works hard to please and impress her. Jacqueline even points out that Jane’s problem is that she pitches what she believe Jacqueline wants her to pitch instead of trying to find her own, unique voice. Jane wants to write her stories in terms of the general collective instead of tapping into her own, personal feelings. She can be very hard on herself and gets upset when Jacqueline seems disinterested in her ideas. Jane tries to encourage Kat to deal with her emotions by screaming at the top of her lungs in order to get out all of her feelings. Sometimes, Jane will keep her emotions to herself because she doesn’t want to bother other people with them, but when she wants to, she can very easily articulate her feelings. Jane is affirming and supportive. She knows how to make the people around her feel good about themselves and wants to uplift them and show they how awesome they are. Jane prefers when things are harmonious and will often opt to keep things to herself to avoid hurting anyone’s feelings or to avoid confrontation. Jane needs to feel supported to be able to accomplish difficult tasks. She has trouble writing her articles on orgasms and social media stalking, but is able to pull through and get the job done when the people around her give her the encouragement she needs.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: It’s important for Jane to make memories. She wants to savor the moment that she walks into Scarlet for the first time as a writer and takes pictures to document the occasion. It’s difficult for Jane to try new things and get out of her comfort zone. She tends to play it safe and resorts to pitches that have been done before. It’s not easy for her to come up with fresh, innovative ideas. Jane is more at ease writing political pieces than talking about sex and really has to push herself to be able to deliver what Jacqueline wants. Her friends often criticize her for being too uptight and try to get her to cut loose. Jane is an overachiever and goes above and beyond the call of duty. She follows the rules and wants to do exactly what is expected. Jane often seeks clarification and specific guidelines. It’s weird for her to go back to Eric’s apartment building because she can’t help but reminisce about all of the hours they spent sitting on the front steps together. She fell in love with Scarlet because it was reliable. She could always depend on it when she needed it. When Jane is trying to convince Kat to let go and just scream, she suggests doing it in the subway because when she was a kid, she hiked all the way up to the mountains to do it, and in New York City, screaming in front of a train is the next best thing if you don’t want to be heard.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Although Jane is typically reluctant to try new things, she will usually come around eventually. She is adamantly against trying using the yoni egg that the sexologist recommends, but ultimately decides to give it a try. It takes her a while to accept change and do something different, but when she’s encouraged by the people around her, she is capable of taking risks and being spontaneous. Jane is adept at brainstorming new ideas for articles and always has a selection of pitches to offer Jacqueline. When she pitches her plan to do a profile on Congresswoman Helen Wolfe, Jacqueline is surprised because it’s “quite a departure” for Jane, but that’s why Jane wants to tackle it. She wants to be open to writing different types of articles, but once she dives in, she can sometimes struggle because it’s unfamiliar territory. However, she usually finds her footing and is able to deliver quality work. She is initially unable to secure the interview with Helen Wolfe, but then tricks her people by pitching it as a fashion piece, and then attempts to get into meatier issues once her foot is in the door. Jane is also skilled when it comes to seeing connections and interpreting what’s really happening in a situation. For instance, she realizes that Helen Wolfe is using fashion as a smokescreen in order to get the public talking about her poor fashion sense instead of her questionable political decisions.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: When Jane is trying to explain to her friends why she can’t allow herself to have sexual fantasies, she tells them that she applies too much logic
to the situations she imagines. If she has sex with a solder in a cotton field as Scarlett O’Hara, then that means she’s sleeping with a confederate soldier and is therefore on the wrong side of the Civil War. She often overthinks things and, under stress, can become too analytical. She sees the title of Ryan’s article and automatically assumes that it’s sexist and that he used her to write an article, leading her to angrily storm out instead of having a conversation with him about it. Jane is also good at coming up with titles for articles on the fly.

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Sutton: What are you doing?
Jane: Nothing. I just – I want to remember this moment.

Jane: I want to remember what walking into Scarlet Magazine as a writer feels like.

Jane: Lauren asked me to send ten pictures to the whole writing staff. I got so excited, I sent them twenty.
Kat: Nerd.

Sutton: Okay. Grab her.
Jane: We’re supposed to be at the August presentation meeting. What are you doing?
Kat: Calm down, Type A. We’re gonna get you there.

Alex: Go with your gut. What does Jane Sloane care about?
Jane: Uh, Jane Sloane cares about not looking like an idiot in front of Jacqueline again.
Jacqueline: Interesting. It just clicked for me what is going wrong with your ideas. You’re pitching what you think I want to hear.
Jane: Well-
Jacqueline: You’re a new voice. I want to hear it. You and me. My office. First thing tomorrow morning.
Jane: I think I am gonna to be sick.

Kat: What’s wrong with her?
Jane: Jacqueline hated all of my ideas.
Sutton: She didn’t hate them.
Jane: Oh, no. She was just fascinated by how boring they were.

Jane: God, it’s so weird being back here. I mean, how many hours did I spend hanging out on those steps with him? It’s okay, it’s okay. No need to be melodramatic. I’m fine.
Sutton: Jane, he’s the first guy that you said “I love you” to. It’s okay to not be fine.
Jane: But I’m seriously fine.

Jane: That’s why I fell in love with Scarlet. Cause when I needed it, it was like getting advice from an older sister that I always wished I had.

Jane: No, what you need to do right now is just scream. When I was a kid in Colorado, I would hike up the mountains and scream. Just let it out.
Kat: Well that is a beautiful story, Jane, but unfortunately this is not Colorado, this is New York City and there is literally nowhere in this entire city where people aren’t always on top of you.

Jacqueline: Alright, Sage. We’ve got your assignment. Porn: Love it or Hate It. It’s clearly something we need to be talking about. Let’s make a feature piece out of it. Which means we need somebody to cover your sex column this month. Jane.
Jane: Oh, uh. Actually, I had a political piece I wanted to pitch that I’m really excited about.
Jacqueline: Well, that can wait. We need a sex column.
Jane: Yeah, but I’m not exactly-
Jacqueline: I know you’re not exactly. That’s why I want you doing it.

Jane: This is like an infection waiting to happen.
Sexologist: Not if you use the right ones and in the right way,
Jane: I don’t really feel comfortable putting a yoni in my… yoni.
Sexologist: Which is exactly why I want you to.

Kat: Can you please tell her to stop being so uptight?
Sexologist: There’s absolutely nothing wrong with being uptight.
Kat: Thank you!
Sexologist: The problem is when you let it hold you back.

Jane: Like, okay, so there’s this one where I’m in a cotton field and there’s this hot soldier and he like rips off my corset. And then I’m like, if I’m Scarlett O’Hara, then that means he’s a confederate soldier, and that means that I’m on the wrong end of the Civil War.
Kat: I appreciate you not being racist in your fantasy, but it’s just a fantasy. You’re supposed to totally give in to whatever.
Jane: Well I’m not a totally give in kind of person. I wish I was.

Kat: [to Jane] These little charts and graphs and stuff are not gonna help you. You gotta do something. You gotta do something crazy.

Jacqueline: So I read your article. I’m just gonna cut to the chase. I need you to take another pass.
Jane: Do you have any specific notes?
Jacqueline: Uh, yeah. You’re holding back. All I see are facts and figures and… where are you?
Jane: I’m at an art gallery. Do you need me to come back?
Jacqueline: No, I mean where are you in this piece?
Jane: I don’t know.
Jacqueline: I don’t want percentages. I want your point of view.
Jane: Those percentages aren’t boring to me. I mean, ten percent of women say they’ve never had an orgasm before and researchers say that number’s probably higher, but no one will admit it and, you know, knowing that I’m not the only one it’s… comforting.
Jacqueline: Jane?
Jane: Look, it’s amazing that women are owning their sexualities in this way that they’ve never been able to before, but for someone like me it’s a lot of pressure to live up to, and even this magazine makes me feel bad about it sometimes. I’m sorry. I didn’t mean that.
Jacqueline: I’m gonna do something. I am gonna let you write this article anonymously, but in return, I want the real story. From your heart, not from your head. I wanna know what this is really like for you.

Kat: God, I feel like such an idiot. I just completely misread that whole situation.
Sutton: You’re not an idiot.
Jane: No, you’re not. I mean, you’re the bravest person I know. You take risks and you put yourself out there. I mean, I wish I could be more like you.
Sutton: Yeah. Me too.
Kat: Like I said, you gotta do something crazy.
Jane: I can. And I will.

Jane: Huff Po did a profile on the congresswoman, and it was basically what I was gonna write, excpet they actually got a quote.
Sutton: Oh, man. That’s awful.
Jane: It is what it is. So I’m doing a piece on congressional fashion.
Sutton: Yeah, that’s what I was talking about. That jumpsuit is beyond awful.
Jane: Okay, you’re part of the problem. You should be criticizing her politics, not her pantsuits. I mean, look at these comments. They’re just… mean.
Sutton: A walking popsicle? A Star Trek reject on acid? How much do people suck on the internet this week?
Jane: This was the day that she decided to roll back the Clean Water Act… but instead of talking about that, they’re all talking about this hideous lime green situation. And then she turned around and said that she was being unfairly attacked as a woman, and that became a story.
Sutton: I mean, I would never say this to her, and I would never put it on the internet, but to you I’ll say: that’s a terrible color for an adult. How does she not know that?
Jane: I think she does. Here. “So when I choose an outfit, I’m always thinking, what am I trying to communicate? How can I use fashion to my advantage?
What are you doing?
I’m seeing what she wore when she did that press conference defending the Keystone Pipeline. Ha! It’s hideous.
Sutton: It is hideous.
Jane: She is using fashion as a smokescreen.
Sutton: That’s kind of genius.
Jane: And I have my article.

Jane: Eric.
Eric: Jane. Hi. What are you doing here?
Jane: I’m stalking you.
Eric: I’m confused.
Jane: It’s pretty crappy feeling, isn’t it?

[Jane angrily throws her bag and groans]
Jacqueline: Hello, Jane.
Jane: Jacqueline. I’m so sorry. I didn’t realize you were in here. I’ll get out of your way.
Jacqueline: No, I just wasn’t feeling these shoes sent over for the gala. But it seems like you need this closet a lot more than I do.
Jane: No. No, no. Don’t wear shoes you don’t like because of me. Just forget I was here.
Jacqueline: Jane, what is going on with you?
Jane: Uh, nothing.
Jacqueline: I felt very confident giving you this promotion. But your energy this week has been off. Maybe you’re not quite ready.
Jane: No, I am. I’m ready. And I’m so grateful for this opportunity.
Jacqueline: Good. I’m glad to hear that. So, when am I gonna get some material from you?
Jane: Soon. It’s all there. Well, I found Eric. I’m just having trouble finishing it.
Jacqueline: How can we fix that, then?
Jane: Well I guess I need to talk to him.
Jacqueline: Well, that sounds like a pretty good guess to me. Why haven’t you done that?
Jane: Because it hurts too much.

Joy (Inside Out): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Joy is warm, affirming, and group-minded. She’s an enthusiastic natural leader who takes pride in the work she and her team do. She’s good at keeping spirits up and does what she can to facilitate a happy environment. When everyone else lashes out at Sadness for ruining Riley’s happy memories, Joy is kind, patient, and gently instructs her not to touch another one until the issue has been resolved. She tries to remain sensitive to her feelings, though she has a harder time remaining calm when it happens again. Joy is good at suppressing her frustration and irritation and hides her true feelings to avoid hurting anyone’s feelings. When Disgust decides they want to be friends with the “cool” girls, Joy immediately wants to go over to them and start a conversation, which Disgust is against doing. Joy is good at mediating and smoothing things over. She recognizes the talents of the other emotions and utilizes them in order to delegate work. Joy wants to maintain peace and harmony. Joy is complimentary and enjoys pointing it out when others do a good job. She knows how to make others feel good about themselves, and wants Riley to connect with other people through this. Joy can be a bit controlling and incorrectly believes that happiness is the solution to everything.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: One of Joy’s favorite things to do is relive old memories. She understands their significance and their impact on Riley. When Joy watches as the workers dispose of old memories, she is horrified. These memories are important! Why would you throw away perfectly good memories? She can recall any one of Riley’s memories with extraordinary detail. She uses her memories in order to form plans, such as thinking to stack Riley’s imaginary boyfriends in order to get them back to headquarters. Sadness learns from her mistakes and eventually realizes that happiness isn’t the way to fix everything, because she has failed to improve things with joy on multiple occasions. She finally realizes that it is Sadness who can stop Riley from running back to Minnesota.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Although the past is important, Joy can be good at seeing possibilities for the future. She’s an optimist and she tries to make the best of every situation. Joy speculates about what the new house in San Francisco will look like. When everyone else is depressed by Riley’s new bedroom, Joy sees opportunities. She sees what it could be. When Joy wants to keep Sadness out of the way to keep her from causing more damage, she decides to try to make it “fun.” She creates a “game” where Sadness must remain inside the circle at all times. She later does the same thing with Bing Bong in an attempt to get him to show her where the train station is. Joy loves Imagination Land and understands the importance of creativity. Joy’s ideas come from the external world. She’s inspired by what other people say and formulates ideas by using her memories (Si) to generate creative solutions (Ne/Ti), like she did by stacking Riley’s imaginary boyfriends. Joy also comes up with the idea to use the rocket to launch herself out of the Memory Dump after Bing Bong says they “might as well be on another planet.”

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Sometimes, Joy appears to struggle with being able to come up with logical solutions to the problems she faces. It didn’t occur to her to take the train until Bing Bong suggested it. Even though it’s unsafe, she goes along with his plan to take a shortcut through abstract thought anyway because of how desperate she is to get back to headquarters. When Sadness warns her about the potential danger, Joy ignores her. Because Joy is so focused on being upbeat and cheerful all the time, she fails to recognize the role that the other emotions play. She tries to brush off Bing Bong’s pain by being happy, but when that doesn’t work, Sadness steps in and commiserates with him. Joy sees Sadness empathizing with Bing Bong as “making him feel worse.” However, this approach is what manages to pull Bing Bong out of his funk. It’s difficult for Joy to wrap her brain around why that worked. She can sometimes disregard other people’s solutions to things, but can see their worth after taking a moment or two (such as Sadness suggesting they wake Riley up). She’s completely against the idea of scaring Riley awake, but eventually sees that using fear works.

Enneagram: 2w1 7w6 1w2 So/Sx


Joy: And you’ve met Sadness. She…well, she… I’m not actually sure what she does. And I’ve checked, there’s no place for her to go. So, she’s good. We’re good. It’s all great.

Joy: And we’re out. That’s what I’m talking about. Wooh! Another perfect day. Nice job everybody. Let’s get those memories down to long term.

Joy: Which… actually was really lucky. Because that gave us plenty of time to think about what our new house is going to look like. What? Let’s review the top five daydreams.

Joy: Hey, it’s nothing our butterfly curtains couldn’t fix. I read somewhere that an empty room is an opportunity.

Sadness: It’s like I’m having a breakdown.
Joy: You’re not having a breakdown.
Sadness: I keep making mistakes like that.
Joy: No, you’re not!

Sadness: How about we wake her up?
Joy: Sadness, that’s ridiculous. How
could we possibly…
[She follows Sadness’ gaze and spots Dream Productions.] How about we wake her up!?
Sadness: Great idea, Joy.
Joy: Thanks. Come on!

Sadness: Well, she wakes up sometimes when she has a scary dream. We could scare her.
Joy: Scare her? No no, she’s been through enough already.
Sadness: But Joy–
Joy: Sadness you may know your way around down here, but I know Riley! We’re gonna make her so happy she’ll wake up with exhilaration! We’ll excite her awake!
Sadness: That’s never happened before.

Joy: Ready?
Sadness: I don’t think this happy thing is going to work. But if we scare her-
Joy: Just follow my lead. Here we go!

Joy: Hey, that was a good idea. About scaring Riley awake. You’re not so bad.
Sadness: Really?
Joy: Nice work.

Joy: Woah woah! Sadness! [pushes her back] Sadness, stop! You’re hurting Riley! [Joy pulls a core memory from the satchel. It’s bright blue but slowly fades back to normal.]
Sadness: Oh no, I did it again…
Joy: If you get in here, these core memories will get sad! [Joy watches Family Island crumble. She looks down at Sadness. Joy, pained, decides.] I’m sorry. Riley needs to be happy. [She pulls the tube closed and starts up alone.]

Joy: Do you remember how she used to stick her tongue out when she was coloring? I could listen to her stories all
day. I just wanted Riley to be happy. And now…
[She holds the recent blue memory of Riley in class. Joy hugs them all until the memories fall out of her arms. Joy cries. A long, deep, painful cry. Joy has lost everything. Around her, memories fade and disappear. A tear falls onto the faded twisty-tree memory. Joy wipes it. In wiping the tear, the memory rewinds. Its color changes from gold to blue. In the memory, Riley sits in the tree with her parents, the team approaching in the distance. Joy looks closer. She rewinds more. In the memory: Riley sits in the tree, crying, alone. Joy remembers what Sadness said about the memory…]
Sadness (V.O.): It was the day the Prairie Dogs lost the big playoff game. Riley missed the winning shot. She felt awful. She wanted to quit.
[In the memory: Mom and Dad come to console Riley. Joy fast forwards.The hockey team lifts Riley on their shoulders and cheers. Riley smiles.]
Joy: Sadness. Mom and Dad, the team… they came to help because of Sadness. [She turns to Bing Bong, ready to take action.]
Joy: We have to get back up there!
Bing Bong: Joy, we’re stuck down here. We might as well be on another planet.
Joy: [getting an idea] Another planet. [sings] Who’s your friend who likes to play? [sings louder] Who’s your friend who likes to
Bing Bong: His rocket makes you yell “Hooray!”
[Far off, BING BONG’S ROCKET answers. They run towards it.]
Bing Bong: Who’s the best in every way and wants to sing this song to say, who’s your friend who likes to play? Bing Bong Bing Bong!
[Joy and Bing Bong find the rocket]

Joy: Sadness? Sadness? C’mon Sadness, where are you? Okay.
If I were Sadness, where would I be? [Joy slumps to the ground. She kicks a leg up in the air.] Ohhh… everything is awful and my legs don’t work and you have to drag me around while I touch all the–
[Joy stops. Something has caught her eye: a path of blue memories on the bottom shelves. Joy follows the path.]

Rebekah Mikaelson (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Emotional expression comes easily to Rebekah. She has no problem telling people exactly what she’s feeling. Most of her choices tend to come from her emotions and she can easily sense them in other people. Sometimes, she gets enjoyment out of toying with other people’s feelings and hurting them emotionally. She is very sensitive and her feelings are intense. Rebekah is loyal to Klaus no matter what, even when his interests conflict with her own, which sometimes causes her to make sacrifices for his sake. She wants to be liked, but she also has no trouble putting people in their place when she feels she’s been wronged. Rebekah can be extraordinarily empathetic and put aside her own feelings for someone else’s sake, such as when she gives Marcel what he needs to save Sofya once she realizes he is acting from a place of love. Even though it hurts her to see him love someone else, she admires his motives and wants to help him. Rebekah is good at mediating in conflicts. When Marcel and Klaus are fighting, she reminds them that they need to work together and tries to get them to bury the hatchet. Rebekah’s morality is external. She has spent a lot of time being selfish and putting herself and her family first, but she admires Matt’s morality and he inspires her to be better, causing her to latch onto him.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Traditions are important to Rebekah. She’s the one who suggests reviving their family’s bonfire ritual. She enjoys reminiscing about happy times. Because she’s a vampire, Rebekah never had the opportunity to have a normal life and missed out on having human experiences. She wants to be able to try to live her life as a human. She wants to go to school and have a prom. She wants to be a cheerleader. Rebekah wants to fit in and be liked, but resorts to compelling people to be her friend because that’s the familiar way of doing things for her. She wants to be able to find true love, settle down, and have children and it kills her that she’s unable to, which is why she was so motivated to get the cure. She tends to have trouble letting go of her past romances and forgives her family for all of their crimes because they have centuries worth of history together. She has a strong connection to her past and can vividly recall details from events that occurred decades ago. She has a lot of resentment towards Klaus for everything he’s put her through over the years, but is simultaneously fiercely protective of him and loyal. When she speaks of his crimes against her, no matter how long ago the incident took place, she feels it so strongly that you would think it only just happened. Rebekah takes some time to adjust to the world after spending so many years unconscious. She doesn’t immediately embrace the latest styles and is quite appalled by the current trends in fashion and music.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Rebekah likes to travel and enjoys adventure. Though she always returns to her family’s side eventually, she wants to get out into the world and experience things. Rebekah is good at sensing people’s true intentions and motivations. She knew that Damon was only trying to distract her at the bonfire. She was able to deduce that Klaus wanted the cure for Elena and brought Stefan over because Klaus knew that Stefan would help him find it, even though Stefan hates Klaus. She’s also skilled when it comes to thinking of inventive ways to accomplish her goals. When Elena runs into the section of the cave that vampires can’t enter, Rebekah shows up with a cannister of gasoline, which she begins to pouring onto her. She tells Elena that she can either come out of the cave or burn to death. When she and her siblings find the caravan filled with clothing, it is Rebekah who suggests stealing them and posing as the victims because they were en route to a nearby castle. Rebekah likes to bring a touch of creativity into her schemes. She compels Elena, Caroline, and Stefan and forces them to sit in a classroom and answer her questions. However, because she is a romantic who yearns for love and acceptance, she can sometimes fail to see the signs that she’s being manipulated. Rebekah can be a bit of an idealist at times and always hopes for a better future for herself and her family.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: When Rebekah feels attacked, or if the people she loves are threatened, Rebekah can be quite brutal. She can be good at assessing situations and using her findings in arguments, or to isolate the best solution to a problem. If Elena doesn’t want to come out of that cave, Rebekah will just threaten to set her on fire if she doesn’t. Sometimes, Rebekah is capable of being detached and cold in order to protect her loved ones, which leads her to make very heartless choices, such as causing Matt and Elena to drive off of the bridge, or contacting Mikael, knowing he would run Klaus out of New Orleans so that she would be free to be with Marcel.

Enneagram: 2w3 (I can’t really narrow down an instinctual variant because they honestly all seem pretty prominent in her)


Rebekah: Elijah, being a human means a fresh start. I can grow old and have a family and fill my days with meaning, knowing that each one matters.

Rebekah: Go right ahead. Laugh at the girl who loved too easily. But I would rather have lived my life than yours, Nik. No one will ever sit around a table telling stories about a man who couldn’t love.

Rebekah: [preparing to leave] I’ve lived a lot longer than you have, Marcellus. I have seen kings rise, and fall, but there is one thing I know to be true. It is that no matter how matter how big your empire becomes, it is nothing if you have no one to share it with. You want New Orleans? Have it. I won’t be here to stop you.

Klaus: What is it you want, Rebekah?
Rebekah: The same things I’ve wanted since I was a child. I want a home. I want a family. I want someone to love me, and I want to live.

Rebekah: Nik, you do not need me anymore. I know that I’m your favorite sibling and of course I adore you, but there is space in my heart for something more. I want love, I want a family of my own and wouldn’t it be nice if we could part on happy terms for once. No daggers, no exile, just so long for now I’ll see you again soon.

Klaus: I love my family. You, Elijah. I loved all of you. I know I can be difficult, but I did not make myself this way. It was Mikael who ruined me.
Rebekah: He ruined me, too. That’s what you forget. Centuries later, each of us is broken. You with your anger and paranoia. Me with my fear of abandonment. And poor Elijah; he dedicates himself to everyone but himself. We are the strongest creatures in the world and yet we are damaged beyond repair. We live without hope but we will never die. We are the definition of “cursed”… Always and forever.

Klaus: …Fierce Rebekah, willing to risk everything on the chance that she might one day find happiness…

[Rebekah is looking through a rack of clothing while Stefan leans against the doorframe.]
Rebekah: The colors, the fabrics…The eighties were just…tragic. You know, I think shoulder pads rival 17th-century puritan smocks for crimes against fashion.
Stefan: Looking for something to wear to the dance?
Rebekah: Aye. Are you asking me to a date?
Stefan: Actually, it was canceled.
[Stefan walks farther into Rebekah’s room, and she is clearly upset.]
Rebekah: So why are you here? Back for more dagger talk?
[Stefan laughs.]
Stefan: Somebody has some trust issues.
Rebekah: It’s called a healthy skepticism. I know you were trying to sneak out this morning. I’m not stupid.
Stefan: Sorry, I’m…I’m still trying to get used to this.
Rebekah: Do you regret it?
Stefan: No.
Rebekah: Do you want it to happen again?
Stefan: Maybe.
Rebekah: Even if I don’t give you the dagger?
Stefan: You think that I would sleep with you just to get the dagger?
Rebekah: Don’t give me that innocent look. You’ve done plenty to me in the name of getting what you want. Well, I guess I should pack up these racks. Just another failed attempt at getting to a high school dance.
Stefan: Why do you care so much about a high school dance?
Rebekah: I don’t. I was just bored.
Stefan: Right. Well, we can still go, if you want.
Rebekah: Not if it’s canceled, we can’t.
Stefan: Since when do you care about the rules?

Rebekah: Funny. So is everything about the eighties so…excessive?
Stefan: It had its charm. “Say Anything” – Lloyd Dobler standing outside of a bedroom window with a boombox over his head, desperately trying to get back the girl of his dreams; “Princess Bride” – Wesley slays giant rats for love; “The Breakfast Club” – one detention turns a bunch of outcasts into allies.
Rebekah: So it was a decade of sentimental drivel, as well?
Stefan: Well, I was going to say love, friendship, the possibility of anything happening. You would’ve loved it.
Rebekah: [smiling] And why is that?
Stefan: Because as much as we both hate to admit it, we care about those things.

Rebekah: Go ahead, take it. You’re right. I do care. I want stupid koala corsages and a prom. I want to have kids with someone who loves me enough to stand outside my window with a stupid boombox. I want to be human. So let Klaus put down my brother. Let’s go find the cure.

Rebekah: Name me a more human experience than senior prom.

Elijah: Rebekah, it’s no secret that you are impulsive, emotional, and at times morally questionable. Prove to me this isn’t just another one of your whims, that you know precisely what you are giving up here.

Matt: You haven’t seen Bonnie, have you?
Rebekah: She’s probably in the bathroom. Every other girl is. And if you haven’t noticed, I am sitting here all on my own. So, please, will you put me out of my misery and dance with me?
Matt: I don’t think so.
Rebekah: Matt, please. This is a girl’s worst nightmare. Please? I thought about what you said, about being good, and you’re right. It won’t be easy, but it’s worth trying.
Matt: I don’t understand why my opinion is so important to you.
Rebekah: Because you’re everything that I want to be. You’re loyal, honest, kind. People root for you to succeed. Elena even died for you.
Matt: I’m a bus boy, Rebekah, okay? It’s not like I’m out saving the world.
Rebekah: But you’re human. You’re so beautifully human.

Matt: April, April, come on, please wake up! April, come on! Please wake up!
[Rebekah comes in.]
Rebekah: Matt, why did you call– Oh, my god.
Matt: Can you feed her your blood?
Rebekah: Can’t we just call 911 or something?
Matt: She’s dying. Please help her!
Rebekah: I can’t. If I heal her with my vampire blood, Elijah won’t give me the cure and I won’t get to be human.
Matt: How is this even a choice right now? You want to be human? Prove it, be good, do the right thing and save her life.

Rebekah: Right. You’re that werewolf girl my brother, Klaus, knocked up. I was expecting to see some kind of supernatural, miracle baby bump. Guess you’re not showing yet. It’s Hayley, isn’t it?
Hayley: You have your brother’s manners.
Rebekah: And his temper, too, so watch it. Where’s Elijah?

Rebekah: Do you think I want to spend what could be the last few hours of my life having idle chit-chat with a girl who literally stabbed me in the back? Of course not. But for some reason, everybody seems to want to bend over backwards to save your life, which is incredibly annoying, but makes you the perfect hostage. So, why don’t you sit down and shut up before I ruin everything by ripping your head off.

Rebekah: I suspect he just needs to be asked nicely.

Klaus: Dear sweet April Young. Now, there’s a girl with a future.
Rebekah: She was dying, and I acted with human decency. You can’t get more human than that.
Klaus: Actually, you can. You can stand idly by as poor April takes her final breath. You can ask, “Why does this always happen to innocent people? Where do the spirits go? Was there anything I could have done?” That is what it means to be human, sister. You give humanity too much credit.
Rebekah: You’re gonna tell Elijah?
Klaus: No. No. You are.

Rebekah: Is that what it is? You are once again worried that you will be left behind? Has history taught you nothing? We don’t abandon you, Nik. You drive us away!

Elijah: I’m not trying to impress the girl.
Rebekah: Well I should bloody hope you are. Why else are we out here? Come on, Elijah. You’ve fallen for her. Admit it. It may do wonders for the stick that’s lodged up your enduringly stoic ass if you did.

Rebekah: I was the one who brought him to New Orleans because of your wickedness! I wanted love and happiness, and you denied me the freedom to have either. Yes, I hated and I was afraid of our father, but he was a lesser evil than you. My bastard brother who loomed over me, threatening me as you are now. I wanted rid of you, and given the choice, I’d do it again!

Rebekah: It’s bonfire season! And I am reviving a family tradition! Especially since we’re all going to be together.

Rebekah: Well, we’re just missing a key ingredient!
Klaus: No, we’re not.
Rebekah: Yes, we are, Nik! Back me up, Elijah!
Elijah: I suspect Niklaus would rather choke on the ashes.
Hayley: What are you all talking about?
Rebekah: Well, before we light it, we write down our wishes for each other to burn for luck! It was Kol’s favorite part when we were kids!
Klaus: It’s further evidence as to why we should ignore it!
Hayley: Hope’s first bonfire season. I like it! We’re doing it!

Rebekah: Do you still love Stefan?
Elena: Yes.
Rebekah: Are you still in love with Stefan?
Elena: No.
Rebekah: [to Stefan] Did that hurt? Having someone you love drive a dagger through your heart.
Stefan: Go to hell.
Rebekah: Did… that… hurt?
Stefan: Yes.
Rebekah: Welcome to the last 900 years of my life.

Rebekah: There has to be more to this dress.
Klaus: There’s not.
Rebekah: So, women in the 21st century dress like prostitutes, then. You know, I got dirty looks for wearing trousers.
Klaus: You wore trousers so women today could wear nothing.

Rebekah: Why don’t you just give me the cure so I can judge you silently elsewhere.
Elijah: And what could you possibly want with the cure?
Rebekah: I want to be human again.
Elijah: How do you know that being human is the answer you’re looking for? I mean, it’s nothing but a romantic notion. The grass won’t necessarily be greener, Rebekah.
Rebekah: You might be right. But I don’t care. I want to live a simple life as a normal person and when it ends, it ends. We’ve had 20 lifetimes together, Elijah. Isn’t that enough?
Elijah: I just don’t understand. I mean, why must you always consider our family a burden? “Always and forever.” I mean, those words are as important to me today as they, as they ever were.
Rebekah: You will always be my brother and I will never stop loving you, but now it’s time for me to live and die the way that I choose. Not the way you and Nik want me to. Please. Please just give me the cure.

Tahani Al-Jamil (The Good Place): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Tahani has no reservations about expressing exactly what she’s feeling. If something is bothering her, she will sit you down and tell you what’s on her mind. Tahani cares very much about what other people think of her and goes above and beyond in order to be liked and admired. She craves affirmation from people in order to feel valued and likes to be the center of attention. Tahani wants to be adored. She is helpful, cheerful, generally good-natured, and inserts herself into the affairs of others. She is complimentary, though she can sometimes also be condescending. It drives her crazy that “Jianyu” doesn’t speak because Tahani needs someone who can open up to her and relate to her. She can’t handle the silence. When she realizes that she has feelings for Chidi, she is very open and honest with him about it. Though Tahani appears selfless and inherently good, she makes a lot of those choices because she has a desire to show off and be viewed as superior. When Tahani discovers the list of people’s “goodness” scores and finds that she’s ranked second to last, she becomes obsessed with performing good deeds in order to try to raise her score, but is told that they can’t change after death. She wants to bond with other people and establish connections with them.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Planning and organizing is fun for Tahani and she’s good at it. She enjoys putting together elaborate parties and is extremely detail-oriented. She’s always hosting parties or putting together events, such as when everything Eleanor says and does creates a physical manifestation, causing a huge mess all around the neighborhood and Tahani decides to organize a clean-up. Tahani helps plan the gala opening of Patricia’s. She needs everything to be perfect. Tahani’s past with her family has a lasting impact on her and causes her to constantly try to outdo her sister. She likes to surround herself with beautiful, expensive items.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Tahani is great at coming up brainstorming for events that she wants to plan. She can generate ideas quickly and easy, though she usually utilizes this function in order to reach a specific goal. She doesn’t just think of ideas for their own sake – she wants to implement them. She is very capable of thinking creatively when it is in service of her higher functions. Most of Tahani’s speculations tend to be grounded and practical. She doesn’t typically use her Ne just for the sake of her own amusement.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Because Tahani has a lot to live up to and wants to make positive impressions on people, she can pressure herself to meet certain expectations which can lead to her acting a bit irrationally at times. Because of her desire to be liked, she can sometimes miscalculate situations (convincing herself that she and Chidi are soulmates). She can be good at analyzing problems to come up with solutions, such as when Eleanor was being sent to the “bad place” and Tahani came up with the idea for Eleanor to earn points in order to remain in the good place.

Enneagram: 3w2 So/Sx


Tahani Al-Jamil: [Referring to Michael’s list of ways to improve a person’s score] And besides, all the big ticket items are impossible, I’m afraid. It’s not as if you could, you know, “sacrifice your life for others” or “change the consciousness of a nation”… both of which I did, by the way… such fun!

Tahani Al-Jamil: I’m just a girl, towering over a boy, asking him to admit he loves her.

Michael: Tahani and Jianyu are having a little welcome party tonight, and they’ve invited the entire neighborhood.
Tahani Al-Jamil: I simply adore entertaining!

Tahani Al-Jamil: Anyway, this is for you. Just a housewarming plant. It’s a little reminder that if there’s ever anything that you need, I am right next door.

Tahani Al-Jamil: You ready, Jianyu? Oh, I cannot wait to just relax and talk and chat and just, you know… get to know each other.

Tahani Al-Jamil: You ready, Jianyu? Oh, I cannot wait to just relax and talk and chat and just, you know… get to know each other.

Kitty Forman (That ’70s Show): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Kitty is very emotionally expressive. It’s very easy for her to talk about her feelings, and she wants other people to discuss theirs as well. When there’s a conflict in her household, Kitty wants to talk it out. Sometimes, Kitty feels unappreciated and taken for granted by her husband and children. She loves validation, attention, and compliments. Kitty wants to be needed and useful to others. Because she’s so compassionate and kind, Kitty is a natural at taking care of people (especially since she’s a nurse) and has very keen maternal instincts, accepting all of Eric’s friends into her home and often acting as a surrogate mother to them. She doesn’t want Eric growing up and leaving home because she enjoys her role as a mother and a nurturer. It’s almost as though she doesn’t know who she is without anyone to look after. When Kitty begins menopause, she’s very upset at the thought of not being able to have another baby, but when Red reminds her that someday she’ll have grandchildren, she gets very happy and excited. When Eric wants to move after graduation, she’s angry and upset. When someone says Kitty is pretty, she becomes overjoyed, giggling and smiling. Kitty likes for things to be civil and harmonious. Whenever there’s tension between Eric and Red, she tries to smooth it over. “What your father means is…” Kitty is warm, affirming, and encouraging, and can become sensitive when others don’t reciprocate. She’s always there for people who are in need. Kitty cares what other people think of her, as well as her family and wants to project a good image to the outside world. She wants to be socially appropriate and she likes for other people to think that she has the “perfect” family.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Tradition is very important to Kitty. She enjoys holidays and making a big deal out of birthdays. Kitty isn’t particularly adventurous and doesn’t mind her daily routine for the most part. Kitty often returns to her familiar comforts, such as drinking or smoking. She likes to do things the right way. Kitty has an eye for detail and likes everything just so. She goes to church every Sunday because that’s the right thing to do, and gets very upset when her family doesn’t want to continue going, believing that they won’t get into Heaven. She’s also uncomfortable going alone, because she’s afraid of what other people might think or say (Fe-Si).

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Every once and a while, Kitty wants to do something spontaneous, and gets upset when Red gives her a hard time about it. Let’s go dancing! Let’s go out to dinner somewhere nice! However, because Red has higher Si than she does, and therefore, lower Ne, he has no desire to deviate from his usual routine. He’s very happy to go to work, come home, and spend the entire day in the house. Sometimes, Kitty is good at making connections and seeing what’s really going on. On occasion, Kitty’s imagination can be a bit overactive, imagining vivid fantasies or possibilities that would never really happen, like when she visualized her ideal family life, filled with singing, dancing, and happiness, just like the Brady’s (Fe-Ne). However, because she has lower Ne, these possibilities can easily turn negative, and she uses them to think of all the worst-case scenarios, such as when Eric and his friends are celebrating his birthday in the house while Kitty and Red are next door at Bob and Midge’s, and she imagines Eric strapped to a chair while his friends engage in morally questionable behavior.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: It’s not easy for Kitty to put her feelings aside and think rationally. She can be overly sensitive at times, and instead of taking the time to analyze situations, she typically just reacts emotionally instead. Kitty will place importance on facts that she agrees with, and dismiss what she disagrees with. After Red’s heart attack, the doctor gives them a list of things that need to be cut out of his diet, and, in order to be supportive, she tells him that she’ll do it with him to be healthier. She accepts every point on the list, until she gets to the part about giving up alcohol, and immediately calls the doctor “a quack.”

Enneagram: 2w3 So/Sp


Kitty: Okay Red, I’m sure you’ll do fine. Just remember, Santa is a cheerful, jolly fellow, who never calls a child “dumbass”.

Little Girl #2: I want a flying car.
Red: I did too when I was your age, kid. But then the future came… and took my dreams away. Just like it’s gonna take yours.
[the girl gapes]
Kitty: Okay, okay little girl, y’know what? I bet if you’re extra good, you’ll get your flying car one day.
[Kitty and the girl walk away]
Red: [calling after them] Don’t listen to her, it’s a lie.
[Kitty turns to Red, glaring at him]
Kitty: [chiding] Bad Santa!

[Red has just finished telling the boy his version of Vietnam War]
Red: …and that’s what really happened in Vietnam.
Young Boy #2: [confused] I don’t understand.
Red: [glumly] Neither do I, kid. Neither do I.
Kitty: Okay, little boy, time to say goodbye to Santa.
[Kitty leads the boy away. The boy turns to her]
Young Boy #2: What’s an “ambush”?
Kitty: [smiles] It’s a pretty bush with yellow flowers.
[Red gets up and approaches Kitty]
Red: Kitty, I gotta tell ya, I’m good with kids. I really taught him something. Y’know, I think I’m beginning to feel the Christmas spirit.
Kitty: Well, I’m glad Red, but let’s try telling a Christmas story where nobody gets caught in a fire fight.

Donna Pinciotti: This entire room is an example of bad taste.
[Kitty and Red walk into the living room]
Kitty: Excuse me?
Donna Pinciotti: Mrs Forman-
Kitty: I have spent years picking out every item of this room, surrounding myself with the things I love and the people I thought loved me.

Kitty: Oh he gave you shoes. What do you say Red?
Red: [To Bob] What the hell’s wrong with you?
Kitty: Or we say thank you very much.

Red: Shoes are an innaprorpiate gift to give to another man.
Kitty: How about when you joined the service? Another man issued your boots.
Red: So he gave me a gun so I let it go.
Kitty: Why can’t you just accept the gift because Bob is your friend?
Red: Kitty you don’t understand how men work out. We dont give each other presents. We just basiclly ignore each other until we score a touchdown.

Kitty: You have been such a big help, working yourself nearly to death. I made you your special sandwich.
Eric: Awww. The ‘Eric McSweety’.

Donna Pinciotti: You’re babying him.
Kitty: I’m not.
Donna Pinciotti: Are there crusts on that sandwich?
Kitty: Of course not! Crusts are icky, they make Eric sicky. Oh, my God, I am babying him!

Red: [not looking up from paper] You don’t have a date, do ya?
Eric: [Walking over, Donna mirroring his direction] Okay. You know what? It’s not about “can I get a date?” It’s about this great book that I’m like, halfway through. Plus, you know, I could get a date.
[Red laughs once]
Eric: I got numbers, Buddy.
Kitty: Sure you do, Honey. You’re number 1 with me!

Kitty: [Kitty is recording an audio tape for Eric in Africa] Eric! Steven just punched Michael!
[regains composure]
Kitty: And although I am upset with Steven for hitting Michael, it was very exciting!

Reginald ‘Red’ Forman: So you’re too proud to take her back? And what do you have to be so proud of? You’re not an athlete. The only smart thing about you is your mouth. And look at you.
Kitty: Red… Red, he looks fine. He’s just so darn stupid! I’m… I’m very upset.
Eric: Well, stop, okay? Because, I already feel bad enough as it is.
Kitty: Well, you should.
Eric: Well, I do!

Kitty: [talking to a fish in a distorted voice] Um… people really depended on me, which I kind of miss, although I don’t really miss the bedpans.

Red: [to Hyde after yelling at him for taking the blame for Jackie having dope] If you ever do anything like that again I’ll kick your ass until your nose starts to bleed.
Kitty: And we love you.

Kelso: Ya know guys, there are a lot of ladies out there and I haven’t seen nearly enough of them naked. From now on, I’m gonna live free. I’m going to be boldly going where no man has gone before.
[the next scene shows the Forman’s front door. The doorbell rings and Kitty answers the door. Kelso is standing there holding flowers]
Kelso: Is Laurie here?
Kitty: [laughs] Don’t you mean Eric?
Kelso: No, Laurie. Your other kid.
[Hyde walks by and stops when he sees Kelso]
Hyde: You’re dating Laurie? Man, you’re going where every man has gone before.
Kitty: [turns around] Steven it is not nice to be so… truthful.
[Laurie comes down the stairs]
Laurie: Hi, Kelso.
[notices the flowers]
Laurie: Did you buy those for me?
Kelso: Yep, just like you told me.
Laurie: No, I told you roses! Come on, doofus!
[she walks out the door with Kelso]
Hyde: You know Mrs. Forman, those two could have the dumbest babies ever.
Kitty: [starts to laugh then abruptly stops and turns toward Hyde] That’s not funny.

Kitty: Sweetie, white lies help relationships. Like, ‘Kitty, even though your pot roast was overdone, I still loved it.’
Red: Oh for the love of God, I did love it. You’re a pot roast genius, okay? It was like eating gold.
Hyde: So you’re saying lying is good?
Kitty: Exactly. Now go do the right thing, and lie to the woman you love.

Eric: Then they go into this bar and there are all these space creatures. Then someone makes the mistake of picking on Obi-Wan Kenobi. And then he takes out his lightsaber and he goes “whoosh” and he chops this guy’s arm right off… ’cause it’s a saber that’s made out of light!
Kitty: You know, this doesn’t sound like a nice movie. Now, The Way We Were, that’s a nice movie.

Kitty: We are very disappointed in you, Eric. Even though going to California to rescue Donna is one of the most romantic things I have ever heard of.

Eric: Oh, hey, here comes a dumb question. Uh, I wasn’t a mistake, was I?
Kitty: Oh, for… for… Okay! Who wants some cocoa?

Kara Danvers (Supergirl): ESFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: All of Kara’s decisions are based on her feelings. She cares so much about everyone and all she wants to do is help. She’s warm, affirming, supportive, selfless, affectionate, and kind. Kara is sensitive to the feelings of others and takes care of other people emotionally. She is extremely encouraging and always knows how to make people feel better about themselves. Kara often lets her emotions control her, and she can become consumed by them. She always tries to see the good in other people. She is forgiving and willing to give second chances. Kara always goes above and beyond the call of duty, especially when it comes to helping her friends and family. Kara enjoys teamwork and she enjoys being part of a group that’s working towards a common goal. Although Kara engages in fights with villains on a regular basis, she doesn’t particularly like confrontation in her personal life, and although she favors harmonious environments, she can become very hot-tempered when she feels attacked, or when other people are being threatened. She’s very empathetic and good at relating to other people, even her adversaries. Kara needs validation and is very sensitive to other people’s opinions of her. She gets very upset when Supergirl is attacked in the media, often becoming defensive or filled with self-doubt. It’s difficult for Kara to take criticism, but she does want to improve herself and be the best possible version of herself. She likes to do things for other people, whether it’s something big, like saving them from a plane crash, or small, like flying all the way to Chicago just to get Alex some food from that truck she likes.

Auxiliary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Kara bases her judgments on her experience. When she’s presented with evidence contradicting her stance, she’s likely to dismiss it because of her own subjective history with someone or something. When everyone is trying to convince her that Lena Luthor is a member of Cadmus, Kara vehemently disagrees. She stands by Lena, because her experiences and history with Lena are what matters. When everyone else turns against Lena, Kara refuses to lose faith in her. She also initially refuses to accept that Jeremiah may not be the man she remembers (though she later comes around) and gets angry with Mon-El for even implying that something about him might be off. Kara enjoys traditions, like holidays and game night. Although Kara loves being Supergirl, her day job is very important to her. She likes her routine at CatCo and enjoys learning and growing within the company and she doesn’t mind performing the same repetitive tasks each day. She needs it to keep her grounded. Kara’s past is important to her and she likes to reflect on it, as well as use it to help her make decisions in the present.

Tertiary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Kara is an optimist and likes speculating about favorable outcomes. Though she enjoys her familiar routine, every now and then, Kara likes to step outside of her comfort zone. Ideas and possibilities are stimulating to her and she likes to try new things. The unknown doesn’t typically frighten her – it excites her. She wants to have new experiences and doesn’t allow herself to get hung up on what might go wrong.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: It’s nearly impossible for Kara to put her emotions aside or be detached in any situation. Sometimes, when Kara is presented with facts and evidence she disagrees with, she has trouble making logical arguments. She just feels that she’s right and her opponents are wrong. Because Kara is so concerned with getting things done, she rarely stops to think critically about the predicaments she finds herself in. When Winn pinpoints Alex’s location after she’s been kidnapped, Kara wants to go and get her right then and there. Maggie tries to convince her to stop and think. Rick doesn’t look concerned. Maybe we should take a minute here, Kara. But nope, Kara’s already flying off with a rescue in mind. When she arrives, she finds that her sister isn’t there and the time that they have to find her has been cut down to four hours and Kara watches as Alex’s cage begins to fill with water. Kara doesn’t like when people try to make her (or Supergirl) out to be inadequate in any way. Sometimes, she can become quite stubborn if she feels that she knows the best solution to a problem, and can shut out other people’s opinions.

Enneagram: 2w1 So/Sx (Tritype: 216, possibly 217)


Alex: [cleaning James’ wounds] You’re lucky you didn’t take a direct hit.
Kara: Very lucky.
James: I had my shield. I love that shield.
[Kara gives him a pointed look]
James: And I know what I’m doing, Kara.
Kara: Even if Metallo is weakening though, he’s still a fanatic follower of Lillian Luthor. We have to find out where he’s taking Lena and how to help her.
James: What is it gonna take for you to realize that Lena is a criminal? She’s not the victim. She got the kryptonite. He broke her out of prison.
Kara: Lena’s not a member of Cadmus! She’s not! She stopped the gang with alien weapons. She saved Alex’s life when Corben tried to kill her.
James: She shot Corben and then her crazy mom turned Corben into Metallo, so that could’ve been the plan the entire time.
J’onn J’onzz: We have to start treating Lena Luthor like a hostile. The evidence is too overwhelming.
Kara: Winn? If you watch that video, I know you’ll find something.
Winn: I did, it’s… it’s clean.
Kara: Then find something to prove her innocent.
J’onn J’onzz: Everything we’ve seen so far says the exact opposite.
Kara: Well, she’s my friend and I believe in her.
[leaves room]
James: [follows Kara out the room] I’m your friend. Which is why I don’t understand why it’s so hard for you to believe me. People don’t remember this, Kara, but Clark and Lex Luthor used to be best friends. For years and Clark believed in Lex for the longest time, no matter what people said, no matter what kind of proof he saw with his own eyes. No, Lex was his friend. But Clark was wrong.
Kara: Lena is not Lex.
James: But they grew up in the same house, Kara. I don’t understand why you keep defending her. And you have so much faith in her, but none in me as Guardian.
Kara: That’s entirely different. I am trying to protect you.
James: I do not need your protection. I need your trust. You have mine. I don’t understand why it’s so hard for me to get yours.

Lena: [putting down Kara’s article about her] It’s a good article. You flatter me.
Kara: I only wrote the truth. I’m learning to keep digging, even when all the evidence points one way. There’s always another side.
Lena: Even when it’s hard to find.
Kara: Especially when it’s hard to find.
Kara: So my office is overflowing with flowers…
Lena: Really?
Kara: Yeah.
[both smile]
Kara: You didn’t have to do that.
Lena: Yeah, I did. Supergirl told me that it was you who sent her. I don’t know how to thank you.
Kara: Well, that’s what friends are for.
Lena: Yeah, never had friends like you before. Come to think of it, I’ve never had family like you. No one’s ever stood up for me like that.
Kara: Now you have someone who will stand up for you, always.
Lena: Well, Supergirl may have saved me, but Kara Danvers, you are my hero.

Kara: I stopped by that food truck you like.
Alex: The one in Chicago? You are my favorite person.

J’onn J’onzz: You know, I wouldn’t have minded you coming to work for the DEO full-time.
Kara: I can’t leave this place. It’s not just a secret identity to me. I almost did something today that I would have regretted the rest of my life.
J’onn J’onzz:: What stopped you?
Kara: My friends. The DEO keeps you human. They do that for me.

Kara: Either of you have saved the world before?
Barry: Mm-hmm.
Oliver: Last year.
Barry Allen: It sure beats screwing up the world.
Kara: Hey, you are too hard on yourself.
Oliver: That’s what people usually tell me.
Kara: And for good reason, I’m sure. But, back on my Earth, it’s just me and my cousin. Between the two of us, we’re more powerful than…
Barry Allen: Yeah, everybody in this room combined.
Kara: No, no. That’s the point. That’s what you’ve all proven her. Meta-humans or not, superpowers or not, you are Earth’s mightiest heroes.

Kara: I know you said you don’t get unnerved.
Oliver: Well…
Kara: But if you did, I think hardship is what makes us stronger. That’s probably why these people look to you as their rock.

Snapper Carr: Teenage runaways are not news. They are clichés. You have more important stories to cover.
Kara: More important? What’s more important than a mother finding her daughter?
Snapper Carr: My coffee, my Danish, and the five minutes of peace and quiet you stole from me.

Kara: [seeing the inter-dimensional portal] Go back to the DEO. Tell Alex what happened. Make sure a strike team follows me.
Mon-El: [as she changes, she tosses her civilian clothes to him] Right.
Kara: I’m going in there.
Mon-El: Uh… we don’t know what’s on the other side.
Kara: Izzy’s on the other side. And that’s all that matters.

Snapper Carr: Slaver’s Moon? Very catchy.
Kara: All those runaways? They were being sold as alien slave labor. That’s a big story. 8,000 words, personal accounts from the cells, from the auction house, from the daughter, Izzy, whose disappearance you didn’t want me looking into.
Snapper Carr: You want a medal? Submit yourself for Pulitzer.
Kara: I know that you want me to follow my head, but I would rather be wrong about a dozen leads than not follow the ones I believe in. That’s the kind of reporter I want to be. I’m always going to follow my heart.

Kara: James, part of being your own man is knowing when to ask for help.

Alex: You’ve been weird ever since I told you.
Kara: I don’t mean to be.
Alex: Kara, I know when you’re sad, or when you’re disappointed. I don’t know what I would do if you were disappointed in me.
Kara: I would never be disappointed in you, but you said you didn’t want to talk about it anymore.
Alex: Well, I do. If… if you’re not okay with it…
Kara: I’m SO okay with it! Sit down. Alex, come and talk with me.
[Alex sits]
Kara: I think I owe you an apology.
Alex: For what?
Kara: For not creating an environment where you felt that you could talk about this with me. All those years we spent together growing up, the endless nights talking and sharing, now I realize that they were all about me and my secret. There’s never been room for you, and that’s my fault. And I’m so sorry.
Alex: You didn’t do anything wrong.
Kara: And I know… I know that this is not the same at all, but I do know how it feels to keep a part of yourself shut off, to keep it inside. And I know how lonely that can make you feel. But Alex, you are not alone.
Alex: I can’t do this without you.
Kara: You don’t have to. So what about Maggie? What’s she like?
Alex: I… I just like her so much. You know, she’s smart and she’s tough and she’s just beautiful. She’s so beautiful.
Kara: So are you.

James: [shows his signal watch] Kara, he gave me this a long time ago. If I ever got in trouble, I could contact him.
Kara: But you weren’t in trouble. When did you even call him? The second I left?
James: Kara, I made a promise to your cousin. If anything ever happened to you…
Kara: My cousin doesn’t get a “get out of a jam card” when he first started. Neither should I.