Alex Wilder (Marvel’s Runaways): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Although Alex doesn’t have any superpowers, he is able to act as the group’s de facto leader because of his ability to make rational, detached decisions and keep a clear head in high stress situations. He tries to keep the group’s priorities in order and is more concerned with the mission of the moment than with everyone’s interpersonal drama. “Look guys, there’s an easier way to get to the bottom of this. We do some P.I. work and let cooler heads prevail.” Alex is their chief strategist, and he makes the majority of their tactical decisions. He is extremely logical and is skilled when it comes to generating solutions to the group’s various problems. Alex is incredibly intelligent, good with systems, and has a broad understanding of technology. His proficiency with computers is yet another attribute that regularly helps the Runaways on their missions. After Alex and the others discover what their parents are up to, Alex thinks quickly on his feet and cuts the power in order for them to evade suspicion (“I was covering the flash. Maybe it’ll seem like a circuit blew.”) Alex believes in science. The staff can’t be magic. However, when he shuts down Nico’s belief that the staff is powered by something supernatural, he does so in a soft, considerate manner (“With all due respect to your Wiccan beliefs…”) When Gert suggests that their team should have a nickname, Alex immediately suggests the “Runaways,” as a nod to all of the kids they were unable to save.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Alex is very good at brainstorming, and his numerous thoughts and ideas are filtered by his Ti, which quickly and easily determines his best course of action in any given situation. Alex’s intuition is extraordinary and he is very good at making connections and piecing things together, which is yet another reason he tends to take on the role of group leader. The group primarily acts on his theories and hunches, and they all trust him to arrive at the correct conclusions. Alex can generate ideas in the moment, and his quick, creative thinking not only keeps them out of trouble (cutting the power to make their parents think the flash from Molly’s phone was just a blown circuit), but also comes up with the majority of the plans for their various missions, whether it’s a hunt for information or a search for evidence.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: The past weighs pretty heavily on Alex. While the rest of the group appears to have moved on with their lives, it is Alex who takes the first step in reuniting his old friends and trying to recapture the close bond they once shared. When Alex first attempts to get the group back together, he tries to spin their current dislike of one another into nostalgia (“Classic Gert, you see? This kind of delightful banter is why I think we should all get together and hang out at my place tonight.)” He even tries to suggest that they all play Twister, because that’s what they used to play. After trying to convince them didn’t work, Alex made one more sentimental play to get them to come over – texting each of them a photo of them all from when they were all still close. Alex regularly references things he’s seen or heard before, and frequently makes comparisons between what’s currently happening and the things he’s previously viewed or read (“This is some Narnia shit”). It’s difficult for him to play a particular game, and his father even comments on how long it is since he’s played it, because that’s what he used to play with Amy.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Because Alex is so good at setting aside his feelings and remaining focused on the big picture, he can sometimes seem a bit cold or unfeeling. When Karolina sacrifices herself for the sake of the group, it is Alex who insists they must forge ahead without her, even though Nico is appalled by the idea of leaving her behind. It is also Alex who tells Gert that she must send Old Lace away in order for them to safely escape. Although he prefers to make decisions based on logic rather than emotion, he does feel very deeply, especially for Nico. Sure, he misses his friends and the way things used to be, but his main reason for getting the band back together was for her. Even though Alex witnessed his father participating in Destiny’s murder, he still shoots a kid in order to protect him, but immediately beats himself up over it. Andre was just an innocent kid following orders – was his father worth shooting him over? After Amy’s death, Alex mostly keeps to himself and doesn’t socialize much. He spends most of his time alone, much to the concern of his parents. Even though he does want things to go back to the way they used to be, it takes him a long time to be able to make the first move to get the group back together. Once he finally gets them all to come to his house, he tries very hard to make sure everyone enjoys themselves (“Yeah, if you guys don’t like veggie, there’s a pepperoni at the bottom. There’s a sausage under, and a pineapple, too. Or board games. Ooh, yes, Twister! Remember that we would always – ?”) On rare occasions, Alex’s emotions do take control. He becomes hellbent on rescuing Andre, because he feels guilty for shooting him in order to protect his father, and takes the group on a quest to save him. There’s no time for them to all sit and process their own emotions about what’s going on – they need to make sure no more kids get killed because of their parents.


Enneagram: 5w6 1w9 2w1 Sp/So


Jughead Jones (Riverdale): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Jughead questions everything. He uses his internal logical framework to decide what makes sense and what doesn’t, relying more on himself than facts. Jughead is detached and sarcastic, which can sometimes lead him to make inappropriate jokes that others admonish him for (“Do you think I can use Jason Blossom’s death as an excuse to get out of PE?”) When Archie reproachfully tells him not to joke about Jason’s death, Jughead even states that “sardonic humor is my way of relating to the world.” Jughead doesn’t just go with whichever explanation is the most probable. He considers things from every angle and entertains every possibility that crosses his mind. Sure, Betty’s theory that Jason was running away from his parents is more likely, but what if he was actually on the run from drug dealers? He doesn’t just want to solve Jason Blossom’s murder. He wants to understand it and analyze it. What are the implications? How does it effect the town as a whole? He wants to know all of the hows and the whys. Jughead is good at accurately assessing situations. He thinks practically and can usually come up with the best way to get answers (finding information from Jason’s room and the Blossom house). Jughead’s habit of constantly asking questions makes him a pretty decent amateur detective. He wonders about what connection Archie might have to Jason Blossom’s murder after remembering that he canceled their road trip over Fourth of July weekend. Jughead doesn’t use his emotions to make decisions – he wants to remain impartial, objective, and does whatever makes sense to him.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: It’s easy for Jughead to make connections and see possibilities. He’s comfortable coming up with theories – especially when it comes to the murder of Jason Blossom. Jughead has great intuition. He noticed the way one of the Grizzly Scouts looked at him, so he tracked him down and told him that he knew the boy was hiding something and got him to confess what he knew. After the drive-in is destroyed, Jughead tells his father that maybe they’ll save all of the pieces and rebuild it in a century and wonder about the people who once lived there. Jughead tries to get Archie to think of the future after finding out about his affair with Miss Grundy. Where do you see this going? What do you want in the long-term? Jughead is witty and a talented writer. He’s able to see things for more than they appear to be and uses his powers of keen observation, deductive reasoning, and his talent for piecing together bits of information to construct a larger picture to investigate and report on the murder of Jason Blossom.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Even though Jughead doesn’t enjoy participating in Riverdale’s various traditions, he has a certain fondness for his own, personal rituals and likes things that are familiar to him, such as the hat he wears every day. Jughead looks forward to going to a double feature each year on his birthday, which he prefers to keep low-key because he hates his birthday. When Archie and FP caution Betty against throwing Jughead a party, she ignores them both and throws him a party that dozens of kids show up to, leaving Jughead extremely uncomfortable. He would’ve preferred if the three of them had just gone to Pop’s for some burgers and milkshakes, even though that’s what they always do. When the Twilight Drive-In is destroyed, Jughead tries to appeal to Mayor McCoy, telling her about how his parents would sneak him and his sister in when they were little because they couldn’t afford tickets for all four of them. Although he wants to save it because he’s been living there, he also has a lot of sentimental feelings for it and doesn’t want to see it demolished because of all of the memories he’s made there over the years. Jughead often reminisces about happier times and the way things used to be. He tries to get Archie to do the right thing by reminding him of the person he once was.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Expressing his feelings doesn’t come naturally for Jughead. He has a hard time saying and doing the “right” thing. Jughead uses humor as a defense mechanism because he doesn’t know how to properly relate to the people around him, and because he doesn’t like to let himself be vulnerable. Jughead wants to be able to be there for his friends and girlfriend in their times of need, but he struggles to find the best way to help or support them. He can be capable of it, though. When Betty breaks down about her family falling apart, he tells her that she’s holding it together. She’s their rock. Jughead resides in moral gray areas – he’s comfortable there and bases his judgments on what is best for everyone If he tells Archie about Betty’s sleuthing, he betrays Betty. If he tells Betty about Archie’s affair with Grundy, he betrays Archie. So he just won’t say anything to anyone. He prefers to stay out of other people’s affairs and keeps his social circle small. Jughead claims he doesn’t care what people think or say, but he struggles with feeling like he doesn’t “belong” with his friends at Riverdale High. He doesn’t want to blindly follow the crowd, but he evidently struggles with this, as indicated by his argument with Betty at his birthday party, where all of his pent up feelings of alienation come to the surface. He can become insecure and lash out under stress, telling Betty that they’re on borrowed time, and will only last until she gets “sick of slumming it” with him or Archie decides he’s interested in her and she goes running to be with him. He enjoys his independence and autonomy, and doesn’t want to be like all the other sheep, but simultaneously struggles with it. Jughead doesn’t have a full grasp on morality, but he wants to. His novel is bigger than just the murder of Jason Blossom – he needs to know if Riverdale is a good place or a dark, evil place. Jughead tries to convince Archie to go to the police about hearing the gunshot (“A kid is dead, Archie! And you’re worried about some… Some cougar?”)

Note: Even though he’s a relatively new character, I’ve already seen many debates regarding Jughead’s type. I see him equally typed INTP and INFP. I completely get why people see him as an INFP, but I see a stronger case for Ti than Fi and I don’t see any inferior Te in him (or any Te at all, for that matter). If you concentrate on his inferior function, I think Fe definitely stands out. He’s textbook inferior Fe. The deciding factor for me was the fight he had with Betty after she threw him his surprise party. He does pose a lot of moral questions, and he is interested in exploring those themes in his book, but he seems to approach it from more of an intellectual perspective than an emotional once. Even though he’s curious, he maintains a certain level of detachment through it all. He’s an INTP, he’s just not a “typical” INTP.

Enneagram: 5w4 4w5 9w1 Sx/Sp

Quotes:

Jughead: By morning, everyone would be talking, texting, and posting about it. We’d all be feeling it. That the world around us had changed, maybe forever. That Riverdale wasn’t the same town as before. That it was a town of shadows and secrets now.

Jughead: Do you think I can use Jason Blossom’s death as an excuse to get out of PE? “Sorry, Coach, I’m just too depressed and freaked-out right now to do pull-ups.
Archie: Don’t joke about Jason Blossom.
Jughead: What? Sardonic humor is just my way of relating to the world.

Jughead: Archie. Weirdest thing. This summer, we were supposed to go on a road trip over July 4th weekend… Which you bailed on at the last minute. Is there something you wanna tell me, pal?

Archie: Jug. What’s up?
Jughead: What’s up is I saw you, Archie. In the music room. With Ms. Grundy.
Archie: Keep your voice down, my dad’s inside.
Jughead: I’m trying to help you, dude. I’m trying to be your friend here. Even though we’re not anymore. How long? You and Grundy?
Archie: Since the summer. I like her.
Jughead: So I’m guessing she’s the reason you’ve been acting weird since summer?
Archie: One of them.
Jughead: One of them? There’s more?
Archie: We were at Sweetwater River on July 4th. We heard a gunshot. The gunshot.
Jughead: Dude, you have to tell somebody.
Archie: I can’t. Neither can you. If people find out about Grundy-
Jughead: A kid is dead, Archie! And you’re worried about some… Some cougar?
Archie: Don’t call her that. Okay, she’s not like that, she cares about me.
Jughead: Stab in the dark. I’m guessing she cares more about herself. She’s the one who’s telling you not to say anything, right? Look, I saw you guys. She’s messing with you, man. And she’s messing with your mind.
Archie: What the hell do you know about it, Jughead? Or about me, even?
Jughead: Nothing. But I used to know this guy once. Archie Andrews. He wasn’t perfect but… He always tried to do the right thing, at least.

Jughead: We’re not gonna hug in front of this whole town. So why don’t we both just do that bro thing where we nod like douches and mutually suppress our emotions?
Archie: Yeah, but as friends, right?
Jughead: To be discussed, over many burgers, and many days.

Jughead: To someone on the outside, peering in, it would’ve looked like there were four people in that booth. But I was there, and I can tell you. Really, there were only three. A blonde girl, a raven-haired girl, and the luckiest red-headed boy in the universe. For one shining moment, we were just kids. Those bright neon lights of Pop’s keeping the darkness at bay. Giving way, as all nights must, to a morning of reckonings.

Jughead: Cheryl and Archie both say they heard a gunshot the morning of July 4th, but they don’t know who fired.
Dilton Doiley: Sherriff Keller already asked me about this. And like I told him, my Scouts and I, we didn’t hear anything weird.
Jughead: Well, did you see anything weird?
Dilton Doiley: A white-winged crossbill. A long-eared owl. Oh. And Cheryl, sitting by the river, soaking wet.

Grizzly Scout: What the hell, man?
Jughead: I saw the way you looked at me. During Grizzly training. You’re hiding something.
Grizzly Scout: It’s Scoutmaster Doily. He’s lying.
Jughead: About what?
Grizzly Scout: The gunshot. It was him. He was teaching us how to shoot targets.
Jughead: Dilton Doiley shot the gun on July 4th?
Grizzly Scout: He’s a hardcore survivalist. He says if we don’t protect ourselves, no one will.

Jughead: Look, I am, by nature, a conscientious objector. Not saying anything to either you or Betty, was the most moral, apathetic choice I could make.
Archie: But, Jug. She’s not going to write about me and Grundy in the paper, is she? Like she did with Chuck?
Jughead: Dude, seriously? Okay. Come on. Think about what you’re asking. If there was even an iota of a chance that something could hurt you in any way, Betty wouldn’t do it. Probably.
Archie: Oh, my God.
Jughead: I’m kidding. But maybe she has a point. What do you see happening with Grundy, long-term? What do you want?
Archie: I want to be with her. I don’t know how, but I wanna hang on to what we have for as long as possible.
Jughead: Yup. I feel that. Trying to hold on to something a lot older than me, too.
Archie: Just… If Betty’s gonna do anything crazy, can you please let me know so I can do something to stop it?

Mayor McCoy: I’m sorry, but the Twilight Drive-In? It’s a blight that’s become a cesspool, and a hangout for criminals and transients, and the deal’s done. Andrews Construction is scheduled to demolish the lot on Monday.
Jughead: Mayor McCoy, when I was a kid, my family and I would go to the drive-in all the time. We couldn’t afford tickets for everyone, so my sister Jellybean and I would hide in the trunk until we parked. We’d sneak out. It’s like my home.
Mayor McCoy: That’s a very sweet sentiment, Mr. Jones. But the future of Riverdale is at stake.

FP: They’ll tear that booth down, too. Raze the whole place. Send it to the junkyard. And us with it.
Jughead: Yeah… Maybe they’ll save it. All the pieces. Store it in the town hall attic, and rebuild it in a hundred years. Wonder who the hell we were.
FP: Hmm. So where are you gonna live now?
Jughead: I’ll figure it out, Dad. I always do.

Jughead: Why does a rich kid sell drugs?
Betty: He was running away from his parents.
Jughead: Yeah. Probably. Or drug dealers.
Betty: Oh, my God. Is that possible?
Jughead: It’s a theory. Yours is more likely. But why would he have to run away from mommy and daddy?
Betty: Because they’re monsters.
Jughead: Yeah, but why, specifically.
Betty: Well, we can’t exactly just ask them.
Jughead: So we have to ask Jason.
Betty: Are you proposing a seance or-
Jughead: No. Dead men tell no tales. But their bedrooms, their houses…

Jughead: I didn’t do it, Betty, you have to believe me.
Betty: Of course, I was with you, and I know who you are.
Jughead: Those Paradise Lost kids went to death row because they wore black and they listened to Metallica. I don’t wanna become a scapegoat.

Betty: You’re not actually upset that I threw you a party, are you?
Jughead: It is nice, Betty. I appreciate it. It’s just I would be happier if it was just the four of us in a booth at Pop’s.
Betty: Yeah. But we always do that. I wanted to do something special.
Jughead: “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”
Betty: Why is everything so doom and gloom with you, Jug? Why can’t it just be normal for once?
Jughead: I’m not normal, I’m not wired to be normal.

Jughead: You do know my dad has a drinking problem, right?
Betty: Of course I do. I didn’t think people would be drinking tonight. I didn’t plan on Chuck and Cheryl, and the rest of the school crashing, okay? This was supposed to be just your friends.
Jughead: You and Archie are my friends, okay? Everyone else, including Kevin, including Veronica, are people that, two months ago, I would’ve actively shunned.
Betty: Why?
Jughead: In case you haven’t noticed, I’m weird. I’m a weirdo. I don’t fit in, and I don’t want to fit in. Have you ever seen me without this stupid hat on? That’s weird.
Betty: Why are you getting so upset? It’s just a party, Jug.
Jughead: It’s not just a party. It’s the fact that you don’t know or even care that this is the last thing I would want. You did this for you. To prove something.
Betty: To prove what?
Jughead: You’re a great girlfriend. I don’t know. Doesn’t it ever occur to you just how different we are? Like on a cellular DNA kind of level? You’re a straight-A student. You’re a cheerleader, for God’s sakes. You’re the perfect girl next door.
Betty: I hate that word.
Jughead: I’m the damaged loner outsider from the wrong side of the tracks. Betty, come on. Who are we kidding? We’re on borrowed time.
Betty: What the hell is that supposed to mean?
Archie: Betty, I’m not one of your projects, okay? Like solving Jason’s murder-
Betty: No. You’re not a project, you’re my boyfriend.
Jughead: Until you’re sick of slumming it with me, or until Archie changes his mind and says he wants to be with you?

Jughead: Weekdays, from 8:25 a.m. to 3:01 p.m., we adhere to a strict regimen. Everything in our lives controlled. But then something like the murder of Jason Blossom happens, and you realize there is no such thing as control. There is only chaos. Nevertheless, some of us strive to impose and maintain order in what is, fundamentally, an orderless world. A fact which would very soon be confirmed in ways none of us could have foreseen.

Fred: Sorry to be missing your birthday this weekend, Jug.
Jughead: Oh, you will not be missing anything, Mr. Andrews, I barely acknowledge my own birthday.

Betty: And all this time, I thought you were a lover, not a fighter.
Jughead: I’m both. I’ve got layers. You were doing something nice, it’s just that sometimes, when people do nice things for me, I short circuit. Maybe I’m not used to it. Maybe I’m scared… Of getting hurt. Or being rejected for being myself.

Jughead: People like to say that the death of Jason Blossom changed everything at Riverdale High. But certain things, certain traditions never change. Take Homecoming, for instance. Though Jason’s jersey had been retired, the Riverdale Bulldogs would still be playing their arch-rivals, the Baxter High Ravens, with the River Vixens cheering them on. As in previous years, graduates from days of Riverdale Past will come to town to relive their more youthful, more carefree days. Or to make up for lost time.

Archie: Betty, about the Homecoming Dance, can I play a couple songs? I kind of told my mom that- Whoa, you don’t want me to?
Betty: No, no it’s not that, Archie, it’s just, um This dance needs to be fun. And your songs, as amazing as they are-
Jughead: They make you wanna slit your wrists… In a good way.
Veronica: In an amazing way.

Jughead: I’m a little terrified about the social experiment of it all, but I think it’s good for our families to get to know each other. I think it’s important for us.
Jughead: So the worm turns. Mary and Fred. A possible rekindling?
Archie: That would’ve been a Li’l Archie’s pipe dream.
Jughead: Stranger things have happened, man. Like for instance, my dad shaved. Which is the equivalent of tectonic plates shifting.
I was thinking, maybe it’s time I go back and live with him again.
Archie: Based on the fact that he shaved?
Jughead: Well, he also hasn’t missed a day of work, and he quit drinking.
Archie: That’s – That’s great, Jughead. But maybe you should wait a little bit longer just to make sure it sticks.
Archie: No, dude, I’m telling you, something has shifted. I mean, he even asked to read my work. The essays, the articles I wrote about Jason.
Archie: Your dad did?
Jughead: Yeah. And he read them. Even more surprisingly, he engaged with them. He asked me questions about them.
Archie: What kind of questions?
Jughead: Like who I thought did it. Your dad asked you who you thought killed Jason Blossom?
Jughead: You repeating everything I’m saying is getting really annoying.
Archie: Crap l forgot. My mom likes almond milk in her coffee, and we don’t have any, so I’m gonna go get some.
Jughead: Well, you are a terrible liar, Archie. Off to a late-night rendezvous with a certain raven-haired princess? Relax, man, I’m just giving you a hard time.

Jughead: How did you – When did you guys know to go to my dad’s trailer?
Veronica: We knew he’d be at dinner with-
Jughead: That’s why your mom invited my dad and I to dinner? So these two could break into my his trailer while she interrogated him?
Betty: No, I didn’t know what they were doing. But yes, that is why she invited you guys.
Jughead: To think I was gonna pass on moving to Toledo with my family for you.
Betty: What?
Jughead: When we went to my dad’s trailer, you asked me if I believed him. I said I did. Wasn’t that good enough for you?
Betty: It was. It was good enough. I didn’t – I tried to stop her.
Jughead: You could’ve told me, you could’ve warned me about this.
Betty: You were so excited, Jug, I didn’t want to disappoint you.
Jughead: So instead you lied? You all lied to me?

Jughead: As long as you’re with me, you’re writing articles about me and my dad, trouble’s just gonna keep coming at you from all sides.
Betty: It was just one jerk.
Jughead: It’s not just one jerk. It’s Mayor McCoy. It’s Sheriff Keller.
It’s Weatherbee, it’s Social Services, it’s the entire multiverse telling me that I don’t belong here, so why don’t I just do everyone a favor-
Betty: Hey, hey. You belong here just as much as everyone else.
This is your home. You know that, right?
Jughead: Yeah.

Betty: Wow, it looks great in here.
Jughead: I cleaned it up after Sheriff Keller thrashed it. Just in case my dad-
Betty: Until he gets out, I’m not giving up on him, Jug.
Jughead: Hell no. That is why I love you, Betty. I love you, Betty Cooper.
Betty: Jughead Jones. I love you.

FP: Why Jason Blossom, huh? Out of all the things you could write about, why pick a dead kid? I don’t know.
Jughead: It was sort like he picked me. Tell the story that no one was gonna tell. Or even know how to tell. From the outside, looking in.
FP: Who do you think killed him? I mean, you and Betty are in this deep. You gotta have an opinion.
Jughead: To me, I don’t think the question is, “Whodunnit?” I think the real question is whether Riverdale is a place of good or a place of darkness and evil.
FP: Or both. Most things are both.

Eugene Porter (The Walking Dead): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Eugene is skilled when it comes to building things and creating devices. He is highly intelligent and has the ability to make batteries and water filters out of basic items. Eventually, he even begins to manufacture his own bullets. Eugene typically has ideas for ways of improving things. He’s highly logical and has the ability to use his brain to develop solutions to most of the problems he faces. In the new world, his mind is his greatest weapon. He enjoys reading and acquiring information, gathering more than enough to make himself an asset after the apocalypse. He is able to use all of the knowledge he has acquired to fake being a scientist who can end the apocalypse, which motivates the people around him to keep him safe.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: It’s easy for Eugene to come up with a lie to keep himself out of danger and he is a very creative thinker. Although he’s a coward, he is quite adaptable and able to navigate new situations. Eugene is comfortable with entertaining theory and doesn’t have a problem with speculating just for the fun of it. He insinuates that it’s possible that the zombie virus could have been behind the extinction of the dinosaurs. He doesn’t actually believe it, but it sure is fun to think about. And what a fun video game it would make! He’s good at seeing potential and manipulating situations to suit his needs.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Eugene absorbs information like a sponge and is able to retain it, reciting everything he’s learned with ease. He’s also able to put it to use by gaining practical, real-world skills through what he reads. Sometimes, it sounds as though he’s repeating what he’s learned from books word-for-word. Eugene likes to discuss what he knows about a topic with other people. He pays attention to detail and is able to consider situations pragmatically. Eugene puts his faith in people who have proven to be capable protectors in the past (such as Abraham, Rick, and possibly Negan).

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Though he’s extremely smart, Eugene lacks basic social skills and can be quite awkward with people. He rarely shows emotion and fails to pick up on body language. He’s concerned about his own survival first and foremost – and sometimes neglects morality in order to save his own skin, which is his primary focus. He allows other people to put themselves at risk for his own sake and manipulates the people around him by telling them he can put an end to the apocalypse. Even though Eugene can sometimes make questionable choices, he does care about people and doesn’t want to do anything to hurt anyone, but he will if he’s backed into a corner. Despite being a coward, Eugene can display brief moments of bravery when it’s to save himself or the people he cares about. He’s concerned about Glenn and Tara and refuses to continue their trip to Washington without them. Eugene becomes offended and defensive when other people (particularly Abraham) question his abilities. When Negan wants to know who made the bullet, Eugene admits that it was him, even though Rosita made him do it. He refuses to make the poison pill for Negan’s wife, but does so for Sasha to allow her to commit suicide.

Enneagram: 5w6 9w1 4w5 Sp/So

Quotes:

Eugene: I was part of a 10-person team at the Human Genome Project to weaponize diseases to fight weaponized diseases. Pathogenic microorganisms with pathogenic microorganisms. Fire with fire. Interdepartmental drinks were had, relationships made, information shared. I am keenly aware of the all details behind fail-safe delivery systems to kill every living person on this planet. I believe with a little tweaking on the terminals in D.C., we can flip the script. Take out every last dead one of them. Fire with fire. [Eugene looks at Tara] All things being equal, it does sound pretty badass.

Eugene: [Eugene and Tara walk together as Eugene talks about the undead dinosaurs] He’s a persistent son of a bitch, saving the world is just more important. I’m well aware it sounds bananas. But looking at the fossil record, knowing what I know about this infection, you cannot say for certain it isn’t what killed off the dinosaurs. Now, do I believe that’s what happened? No. But it’s enjoyable as hell to think about an undead ankylosaur going after a diplodocus. That there is a video game worth a pre-order.

[Eugene tells Rosita that he still has to live with the decisions he makes after saving the world]
Eugene: If Glenn and Tara were still alive and there were no significant delays and they continued traveling at approximately three miles per hour and I timed it correctly in my head, they might be somewhere around here.
Rosita: Those two are not the priority. The only priority is getting you to Washington.
Eugene: After I save the world, I still have to live with myself. I’m not leaving them behind.

Aiden Monroe: We’re not driving all that way so we can just drive back with the wrong shit.
Eugene: It’s a dozen of these. They are consistent in appearance across manufacturers. The shit will be right. I will install said shit. Then the grid will be fully operational.

Eugene: So you’re aware, I’m on record as stating that I should not be here. You well know that I’m not combat ready or even for that matter combat inclined.
Tara: You never are ’til you are. But you got to start pulling your weight. You know, I did. What?
Eugene: All things being equal, I do believe my weight’s been pulled. I got you all to DC, which, in this man’s opinion, is damn near Nirvana by current standards.
Tara: Except you didn’t get us here. We got you here.
Eugene: But were it not for me and my mention of this city’s potential for home and heart, not a one of you would have had the vision to come here, let alone the cajónes to travail such a fraught and punishing pilgrimage. And that, sister, is a fact. That’s as cold and hard as they come.
Tara: You really that much of a coward?
Eugene: Yes, I am. I told you I was.

Maggie: How long will it be? After you get on that terminal and do what you have to do?
Eugene: Depends on a number of factors including density of the infected around target sites worldwide.
Glenn: Wait, target sites? Are you talking about missiles?
Eugene: That’s classified.
Glenn: I thought we were over that.
Eugene: What if we all live?
Glenn: The secrets will matter then?
Eugene: They might. Anyway, the speed with which things normalize depend on a number of factors including worldwide weather patterns, which were modeled without the assumption that cars, planes, boats, and trains wouldn’t be pouring hydrocarbons into the atmosphere this long. Changed the game quite a bit when it comes to air-transmissible pathogens.

Abraham: You about ready to spill the pintos on what the hell it is we’re doing here? Eugene.
Eugene: We’re gonna manufacture bullets here. I’ve been chewing the cud on this for a few days now. The Hilltop’s dry, our supply’s finite. So not only are bullets vital for defense, but per the law of supply and demand, a full cartridge is now the coin of the land.
Abraham: Making bullets from scratch.
Eugene: Spent casings, but the innards are all us. And by us, I mean me.
Abraham: And you think you can do that… here? With just this?
Eugene: Well, the digs well require a thorough scrubbing. We’ll have to scare up a hella ton of lead, but, yes. I most definitely almost certainly think I can do that here.
Abraham: That, my friend, is some damn fine genuine outside-the-box thinking.

Eugene: Do you apologize for questioning my skills?
Abraham: I apologize for questioning your skills. You know how to bite a dick, Eugene. I mean that with the utmost of respect. Welcome to stage two.
Eugene: Don’t welcome me. I’ve been here for a while.

Eugene: It’s simple, really. As with any RPG, tabletop, electronic, or otherwise, the key to survival is to allow oneself to be shaped by the assigned environment. In doing so, a broad range of capabilities are acquired, allowing one to flip the script and use said capabilities to shape said environment to maximum longevity. I’m saying I’m in the process of said step two. I’ve changed, adapted, I’m a survivor.

Eugene: Turn left up here.
Rosita: This is the third left turn you’ve made me make in the last five minutes. You’re lost.
Eugene: I’m not. Turn left.
Rosita: If you’re lost, please just tell me. The gas in this tank is worth more than your ego.
Eugene: If you want to talk fuel efficiency, we could talk-
Rosita: We are not rolling up the windows. It smells like a damn carcass in here.

[Tara finds a penny on the ground while walking with Eugene on the train tracks]
Eugene: Oh, hell, yeah. Score. A few more of those, a little aluminum foil and some bleach, you got yourself some volts, sister. Homemade battery.
Tara: Here.
Eugene: For reals? You don’t want it?
Tara: For reals.
Eugene: Much obliged.

Arthur Weasley (Harry Potter): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Arthur wants to know how things work. He’s fascinated with muggle technology and seeks to understand it. He has a curious mind and likes to ask muggles and those familiar with the muggle world questions about various non-magical items. He wants to know what the function of a rubber duck is. He needs to know how airplanes fly. Arthur enjoys tinkering with things and likes using magic to invent and create. When he finds out that his sons took the car he enchanted out to retrieve Harry all the way from Surrey, his first response was to ask them how the trip went. Arthur is a logical man and doesn’t get caught up in the facts of a situation. Yes, Harry’s wand had had been the one to summon the Dark Mark. And yeah, Winky was found unconscious beside it. The evidence would appear to suggest that Winky was the culprit. But it doesn’t make sense to Arthur, and he believes there’s more to the story. Nobody wants Harry to know about Sirius Black, but Arthur tells him anyway because he thinks that Harry needs to know the truth in order to stay out of trouble, and, even though everyone else has discouraged him, he decides to tell Harry anyway.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: New situations excite Arthur. He works in the Misuse of Muggle Artifacts department at the Ministry of Magic because of his fascination with muggles. He sees potential in ordinary items and creatively changes them to his liking. Arthur is full of ideas and enjoys speculating about possibilities. Arthur has good instincts and often comes up with theories about things. He believes that Percy is being promoted for the Ministry to have a spy in the Weasley family. Arthur is the one to suggest that he and Harry leave early for their meeting because he suspected that Fudge may try to change the time in an attempt to make Harry look bad. Arthur is a bit eccentric, which sometimes puts him at odds with his more traditional, grounded wife.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Because he is quite happy with the work that he does, Percy accuses Arthur of lacking ambition. Arthur is perfectly happy where he is and doesn’t want to seek a higher position at the Ministry. When Arthur is eventually promoted, he continues to miss his former job. Arthur is a deeply devoted father and husband. He wants to get the details about things – such as all of the gadgets and gizmos that pique his interest. Arthur is described as reliable and trustworthy. He is hardworking and loyal, particularly to his family, Dumbledore, and the Order of the Phoenix.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: When Molly is displeased with Arthur’s reaction to finding out that the kids had taken the flying car, he quickly catches himself and scolds them in order to make her happy. Arthur is extremely good-natured and laid-back about everything. He cares very deeply for other people and stands up to who he thinks is Albert Runcorn after Runcorn exposed muggle-born Dirk Cresswell for forging wizarding heritage. He’s a champion for muggle-borns and makes his position clear to the Ministry. Arthur helped to write the Muggle Protection Act in order to keep those without magic safe from nefarious wizards. Arthur doesn’t care about what a person’s blood status is. All that matters to him is how they treat other people. He has a warm, congenial disposition and seems to get along with most people, frequently engaging others in pleasant conversation.

Enneagram: 9w1 5w6 2w1 So/Sx

Quotes:

Arthur: They run off eckeltricity, do they? Ah yes, I can see the plugs. I collect plugs. And batteries. Got a very large collection of batteries. My wife thinks I’m mad, but there you are.

Arthur: [after being informed that his sons took the flying car to Surrey] Did you really? Did it go alright? I — I mean … that — that was very wrong, boys, very wrong indeed…

Arthur: Harry said good-bye to you. Didn’t you hear him?
Harry: It doesn’t matter. Honestly, I don’t care.
Arthur: You aren’t going to see your nephew till next summer. Surely you’re going to say good-bye?
Vernon: Good-bye, then.

Arthur: Now, Harry you must know all about Muggles, tell me, what exactly is the function of a rubber duck?

Arthur: Never trust anything that can think for itself if you can’t see where it keeps its brain.

Lucius:: Busy time at the Ministry, Arthur, all those extra raids? I do hope they’re paying you overtime. Though judging by the state of this, I’d say not. What’s the use in being a disgrace to the name of wizard if they don’t even pay you well for it?
Arthur: We have a very different idea about what disgraces the name of wizard, Malfoy.

Arthur: …makes no sense not to tell him. Harry’s got a right to know. I’ve tried to tell Fudge, but he insists on treating Harry like a child. He’s thirteen years old and –
Molly: Arthur, the truth would terrify him! Do you really want to send Harry back to school with that hanging over him? For heaven’s sake, he’s happy not knowing!
Arthur: I don’t want to make him miserable, I want to put him on his guard! You know what Harry and Ron are like, wandering off by themselves – they’ve ended up in the Forbidden Forest twice! But Harry mustn’t do that this year! When I think what could have happened to him that night he ran away from home! If the Knight Bus hadn’t picked him up, I’m prepared to bet he would have been dead before the Ministry found him.
Molly: But he’s not dead, so what’s the point -”
Arthur: Molly, they say Sirius Black’s mad, and maybe he is, but he was clever enough to escape from Azkaban. It’s been three weeks, and no one’s seen hide nor hair of him, and I don’t care what Fudge keeps telling the Daily Prophet, we’re no nearer catching Black than inventing self-spelling wands.

Arthur: Black is deranged, Molly, and he wants Harry dead. If you ask me, he thinks killing Harry will bring You-Know-Who back to power. Black lost everything the night Harry stopped You-Know-Who, and he’s had twelve years alone in Azkaban to brood on that…

Arthur: Harry, there are some within the Ministry who would strongly discourage me from divulging what I’m about to reveal to you, but I think that you need to know the facts. You are in danger. Grave danger.
Harry: Has this anything to do with Sirius Black?
Arthur: What do you know about Sirius Black, Harry?
Harry: Only that he’s escaped from Azkaban.
Arthur: Do you know why? Thirteen years ago, when you stopped…
Harry: – Voldemort…
Arthur: – don’t say his name.
Harry: Sorry.
Arthur: When you stopped You-Know-Who, Black lost everything. But to this day, he still remains a faithful servant. And his mind you are the only thing that stands in the way of You-Know-Who returning to power. And that is why he has escaped from Azkaban. To find you…
Harry: And kill me.
Arthur: Harry, I want you to swear to me that whatever you might hear, you won’t go looking for Black.
Harry: Mr. Weasley, why would I go looking for someone who wants to kill me?

Martin Stein (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: As an accomplished physicist, Martin is deeply interested in scientific theories, particularly those of Albert Einstein. He has a curious mind and enjoys asking questions. He thinks outside of the box and looks beyond the facts of a situation. Martin enjoys research and wants to understand the world around him. He’s very good at figuring out how something could work better, and once he does, he is adept at improving the system or piece of technology he’s working on. Martin has a keen, analytical mind and is skilled when it comes to thinking critically about whatever situation the team finds themselves in. Martin is very good at noticing logical inconsistencies and frequently points it out when somebody contradicts themselves. He can often be quite detached about things. When he realizes that the conversation he had with his past self has resulted in the birth of a daughter he wasn’t supposed to have, he refers to her as an aberration. He initially refuses to form a connection with her and views her as a problem that needs to be corrected. Martin is able to make rational, non-emotional calls and often admonishes people for making emotional decisions.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Possibilities are endlessly exciting to Martin. He enjoys a good theoretical discussion and likes to ponder what might be or what could be. When he joins the Legends, he is amazed by all of the wonders of the world and is eager to explore every place and time of the universe he can. He is especially fond of taking trips into the future and seeing all of the changes in the world. Martin understands the big picture in most situations and remains focused on that. Because he is so enthralled with the novel and the extraordinary, he can sometimes get so caught up in his fascination with it that he ignores the dangers of the situation. When a particular course of action is suggested, Martin is very good at coming up with all of the possible outcomes, both positive and negative. He is skilled at seeing connections and patterns and using that to generate theories.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: When mistakes are made, Martin simply learns from them and reworks his approach. He remembers a large quantity of facts and details, whether it’s something he read, or a statement someone has made, allowing him to easily reference data, theories, and anything else he’s seen or heard in conversation. His ability to recall people’s previous assertions (Si) is what allows him to continually point out other people’s contradictions (Ti). Martin sometimes enjoys reminiscing about the past and is reminded of it by what is happening in his present. He fondly remembers his desire to travel through space as a child and is thrilled to have his dream finally come true.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Because Martin has such a scientific mind, he can sometimes be callous and bad at relating to people. He is so excited by testing theories that he can sometimes disregard the feelings of the people around him. Martin sometimes sees people as subjects instead of as human beings. However, once he has time to get comfortable in a group, whether that’s with Team Flash or the Legends, he grows to care very much about the group and makes sacrifices on their behalf, sometimes at his own expense (such as making the decision to send Jefferson back to the present time in a pod when his life was in danger). At times, Martin is good at empathizing with his teammates and making them feel good about themselves, as Legends and as people.

Enneagram: 5w6 Sp/Sx (Likely 513 tritype)

Quotes:

Dr. Martin Stein: We just have to track them. Fortunately, Alpha Particles are highly trackable.
Ray Palmer: Yet unheard of in the 1970s. It’s like we’re trapped in the Stone Age.
Dr. Martin Stein: I’ll have you know that I was researching Alpha Particles when you were eating crayons.

Rip Hunter:Oy! Where do you think you’re going?
Dr. Martin Stein: To break into my old lab and bring us back the particle tracker.
Rip Hunter:Fine, but perhaps, you should take Jefferson and Sara to as your intermediaries. Look, interacting with yourself in the past can have catastrophic effects upon the future.
Dr. Martin Stein: Fascinating.
[to Jefferson and Sara]
Dr. Martin Stein: Let’s go.

Dr. Martin Stein: According to Well’s calculations, Barry super-speeds inside the accelerator ring. Once Barry reaches optimum speed, we then launch a hydrogen proton into the accelerator. Once the collision happens, a wormhole forms, opening a gateway into time itself. It’s at that moment I plan on shouting something along the lines of “Eureka” or possibly “Excelsior.” I’m uncommitted.

Dr. Martin Stein: We’re dealing with a lot of big scientific ideas today, but you, Mr. Thawne, might be the most interesting thing here at S.T.A.R. Labs.
Eddie Thawne: Me?
Dr. Martin Stein: What are the odds that Dr. Wells would travel back in time and get stuck in the exact same city as his great-great-great-great grandfather, working in the same profession, the-the same building, and that part of his plan to get home would mean that he’d have to preserve and protect your life. That makes you this rare thing that-that-that no scientist can plan for.
Eddie Thawne: Which is?
Dr. Martin Stein: Coincidence. There is no science to coincidence. You, sir, are an anomaly, a-a wild card, as it were. You are the only person in this whole story who gets to choose his own future. At least, that’s my opinion.

Barry Allen: Sometimes the world needs a team.
Dr. Martin Stein: You call this a team? A girl with wings in a past lives complex. A deceased assassin. A pair of criminals. And a billionaire with more tech than he clearly knows what to do with it.
Ray Palmer: I know exactly what to do with it. Most of the time.

Rip Hunter:I know it’s difficult for you to fathom, but where – when I’m from, the year 2166, you and everyone on this roof aren’t just considered heroes… You’re legends.
Ray Palmer: Legends?
Dr. Martin Stein: I, um, I hate to nitpick, but doesn’t a legend have to be dead?
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Yeah, see, uh, that’s a deal breaker for me, so I’m gonna pass.

Mick Rory: You don’t seem happy, Professor.
Dr. Martin Stein: The intercept might be a success, but… the Waverider is on reserve power. Not to mention the difficulty to re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere.
Mick Rory: What are you saying?
Dr. Martin Stein: I’m saying that our crew has an infinitesimal chance ever returning home. By “infinitesimal”, I mean…
Mick Rory: A snowball’s chance in hell.
Dr. Martin Stein: That would look rosey in comparison.

Dr. Martin Stein: I believe I’ve determined a way to more efficiently track the fragments still inside Ms. Saunders’ body. Next time, you’ll be better prepared.
Ray Palmer: There won’t be a next time.
Dr. Martin Stein: Can’t you fix the suit?
Ray Palmer: It’s not the suit.
Dr. Martin Stein: Raymond, you… you musn’t be discouraged. We’re scientists. We learn from failure and we keep going.
Ray Palmer: Kendra isn’t a lab experiment. She’s a person.

Dr. Martin Stein: I know how it feels.
Ray Palmer: What?
Dr. Martin Stein: To have a crisis of confidence. As unlikely as it might seem, I know. It was 2002. I was teaching quantum mechanics, and I had one particularly gifted student. He was able to solve the Ehrenfest theorem in less than an hour. He was, quite frankly, the only student in all my years of teaching who ever made me feel inferior. That student was you. You were exceptional.
Ray Palmer: And suddenly, just like that, you remember having me in your class.
Dr. Martin Stein: I always remembered. I just enjoyed taking you down a peg or two.

Rip Hunter:Gideon.
Gideon: Yes, Captain.
Rip Hunter:Plot a course for Saint-Lô, France, 1944.
Dr. Martin Stein: Why then?
Rip Hunter:Because that’s where Kendra is.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: How is that possible?
Ray Palmer: She sent us a message through time. Go ahead, say it.
Dr. Martin Stein: Astonishing.

Dr. Martin Stein: I figured out how Savage plans to erase time. I believe he intends to detonate each of these meteors in a different time period.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: How can you destroy the world three times in three different times?
Rip Hunter: You can’t, it would create a temporal paradox.
Dr. Martin Stein: Which would result in a timequake that would return the Earth to the point of the first chronomatic reaction, Ancient Egypt.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Okay, it’s official. This is the craziest bad guy plan in the history of bad guy plans.

Dr. Martin Stein: Thank you for joining me, my dear.
Caitlin Snow: Of course. I wasn’t being much help back there, anyway.
Dr. Martin Stein: Well, having powers isn’t exactly a death sentence, no matter who your doppleganger is.
Caitlin Snow: I attacked my friends, my best friends. And said horrible, horrible things to them.
Dr. Martin Stein: But that wasn’t you. And… and believe me, as a person who sometimes shares a body with another human being, I know the difference, and so do your friends.
Caitlin Snow: I’m just so scared. What if she comes back and I can’t keep her out? Then what?
Dr. Martin Stein: We’ll all be there for you.

Sara Lance: Lily’s algorithm located a piece of the Spear of Destiny.
Ray Palmer: When? I I mean, I know just now, but where are we headed?
Gideon: Detroit. The year 3000 AD.
Dr. Martin Stein: A journey into the distant future. How exciting.
Nate Heywood: Speak for yourself.
Jefferson Jackson: Come on, man. Who doesn’t like the future?
Nate Heywood: I like history. Yeah, I know it’s filled with terror and violence, but the future just…
Dr. Martin Stein: It’s uncertain.
Nate Heywood: Yeah. And it freaks me out a little.

Kendra Saunders: So how long will it take to determine a new location for Savage?
Rip Hunter:Longer than we have. Fortunately, there is one place in time that we know Savage to be.
Mick Rory: You said he conquered the world in 2166.
Dr. Martin Stein: You also said it was too dangerous to strike at Savage while he was at the height of his powers.
Rip Hunter:That it is. But with your younger selves removed from history, we have quite literally run out of time.

Dr. Martin Stein: Are you homesick?
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: You checking up on me Gray?
Dr. Martin Stein: Given what you’ve witnessed, what you’ve endured, would that really be so bad? You know you just witnessed the very worst of humanity. We share a psychic connection, yet I still can’t even begin to fathom what you must be feeling. Must be like your heart is broken.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Yeah, it is. But I saw something in those people’s eyes I didn’t expect to see. I saw hope, I saw dignity. Those men and women? They were treated worse than animals, but they never let anybody stop them from being people, ya know?
Dr. Martin Stein: I suppose there will always be those who will seek to dehumanize us, but I believe there are more that cling to hope, despite the darkness.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Yeah, that is exactly how they were.
Dr. Martin Stein: I was actually thinking of you Jefferson.

Dr. Martin Stein: Unfortunately, this is all my fault. You see, a month ago, I interacted with my younger self back in 1987, and unwittingly motivated him – me – to sire a child. So it’s because of my carelessness that this time aberration exists.
Caitlin Snow: She is not an aberration. She is brilliant and funny and a lot like you. Just a little less uptight.
Dr. Martin Stein: Please stop talking about her like this. She is not a real person.
Caitlin Snow: She is a real person. She’s your daughter. Wait. When we finish fighting the Dominators, you’re gonna go back in time and erase her?
Dr. Martin Stein: No. I am going to restore the timeline. Unlike your friend Barry, I have the luxury of fixing my mistakes.

Oliver Queen: We have to keep the Dominators at bay.
Dr. Martin Stein: This might help. I’ve mass-produced a small devide that, when placed on individual Dominators, will cause indescribable agony. Not the nicest invention, but this is war.
Barry Allen: Nice going.
Dr. Martin Stein: The caveat, of course, is that if we activate the weapons before all the devices are placed on the Dominators, they’ll know what we’re up to.

Dr. Martin Stein: This is our Earth. Let’s call it Earth One. And this second Earth, let’s call it Earth Two. This is where Jay claims to be from. And these other Earths – three, four, five, to infinity, all of them – are nearly identical to ours and they all exist at the same time, giving us endless alternatives to what we have here. For example, uh, the Joe West on Earth Two, your doppelgänger, he might not be a detective. He could be a Nobel Prize-winning physicist. And you, the Barry Allen here is The Flash, but over there he could be an electrician.

Dr. Martin Stein: I did not determine that it would be my mind that would dominate our existence, but thank God it was. I could feel your fear and panic, emotions that likely could have gotten us killed in that state.
Ronnie Raymond:You kept me buried down. You kept me from her.
Dr. Martin Stein: Which is likely why she’s still alive. Now I believe you and I have spent quite enough time together.

Jefferson Jackson: What if when you interacted with your younger self in 1987, you…
Dr. Martin Stein: Inadvertently changed my past so-so that my memories from my new life are supplanting the memories from my old life, that’s creating temporal dissonance.
Jefferson Jackson: Yeah, that’s exactly what I was thinking.
Dr. Martin Stein: Oh, it’s a brilliant theory, which I happen to share with you, but it doesn’t explain…
Jefferson Jackson: Who the mystery lady is.
Dr. Martin Stein: Or… that I’m fairly certain that I love her.
Jefferson Jackson: Man, Clarissa is gonna kill you when you get home.
Dr. Martin Stein: Assuming that there is a Clarissa to go home to.

Dr. Martin Stein: I’m having the strangest sensation. It’s like I’m ten years old again.
Mick Rory: You do a lot of space travel as a kid, Professor?
Dr. Martin Stein: Only in my dreams, after I read my first issue of “Rick Starr: Space Ranger.”
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Space Ranger Stein? Yeah, I don’t see it.
Dr. Martin Stein: I wanted to travel through space, surviving only by my wits and laser guns. I even built a rocket out of cardboard boxes.
Rip Hunter:What stopped you?
Dr. Martin Stein: NASA has rather strict guidelines regarding nearsightedness.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: And smoking weed.

Dr. Martin Stein: [Vostov is about to explode after Jax rescues Stein from her] I tried to warn her. Without the splicer and myself, her nuclear powers are dangerously unstable. It appears Dr. Vostov is having a bit of a meltdown. It’s, it’s fascinating.
Sara Lance: I think what he means to say is run!

Dr. Martin Stein: The calculations. There is a… a danger.
Barry Allen: I know. I’m ready to take the risk.
Dr. Martin Stein: No, not just to you, but to everyone. Wells didn’t tell us everything. Barry, even if you do reach the right speed, colliding with the hydrogen particle, there is a chance that explosion could create a singularity.
Caitlin Snow: What’s a singularity?
Cisco Ramon: It’s a black hole.
Barry Allen: We could destroy Central City.
Dr. Martin Stein: For starters. If we create a singularity here and then cannot control it, we could be looking at a global catastrophe.
Cisco Ramon: So long and thanks for all the fish.

Dr. Martin Stein: Keep an eye on the door, and when I get back, stop flirting with me.
Sara Lance: You were the one flirting with me.
Jefferson ‘Jax’ Jackson: Look, what’s the big deal? I mean, younger you isn’t married yet, so technically it’s not cheating.
Dr. Martin Stein: October 1975. This is right when I meet my future wife, Clarissa. So obviously, we wouldn’t want my former self tempted by a sexy assassin from the future.
Sara Lance: Aw, you think I’m sex…
Dr. Martin Stein: Do not finish that sentence.

Leopold Fitz (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Fitz is a brilliant engineer. He can create all sorts of weapons, gadgets, and technology. He’s gifted when it comes to figuring things out quickly, making him an asset to the team. Fitz has a talent for fixing things as well. He can disassemble and reconstruct machine parts with ease. He has an inherent understanding of how things work. Fitz is always confident that he and Jemma can find a way to solve the team’s problems, even when it seems like all hope is lost. He refuses to give up until he fixes it. He’s good at determining the likelihood of certain events occurring (such as the effects of suggestions that the team makes or the probability of this idea yielding that result). Fitz is highly analytical and can speedily assess problems, scan for solutions, and determine his best course of action.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Although Fitz has a logical mind, he is also open to exploring things that are unproven (he believed in the plausibility of telekinesis for a period of time while he was still in school). It’s no trouble for Fitz to come up with possibilities. He generates ideas and theories, and he can also discern all of the ways something might go wrong. He knows how to think creatively, allowing him to come up with innovative solutions when the team is in a bind. Fitz and Simmons are constantly bouncing ideas off of one another. They can develop machines, tech, and serums to accomplish the team’s goals. When Jemma goes missing, Fitz comes up with many possible explanations as to where she could be, even though, according to Coulson, these theories are all unsupported. After Ward’s true allegiance is revealed, Fitz continues trying to come up with rational explanations. He proposes that Ward is being controlled and not acting of his own accord.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Fitz has an amazing memory for recalling facts and details that he’s read. It’s difficult for Fitz to accept the truth about Ward. He just can’t be HYDRA. He also enjoys reminiscing about past experiences with Jemma. Sometimes, Fitz has a hard time accepting change. He was very content at his former job, and didn’t really endeavor to join S.H.I.E.L.D. and step outside of his comfort zone. His resistance to change might also be part of the reason he took so long to express his feelings to Jemma. When everybody begins acting weird about Skye after she receives powers, Fitz stands by her. She’s still Skye. The same Skye that they knew and loved before. He doesn’t want to see her as anything other than the person she’s always been, even though she might be “dangerous.” She’s a little different now, but she’s still her, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing (Ne-Si).

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: It’s difficult for Fitz to express his feelings. He’s socially awkward, and can sometimes become a bit flustered when talking to people. Fitz cares a great deal about the members of his team. He wants to help people, but it’s sometimes tough for him to know the right thing to say or do. Because Fitz had a lot of respect for Ward, his betrayal hit hard. He’s selfless when it comes to the people he loves, and prioritizes their safety and well-being over his. He couldn’t find the courage to tell Jemma how he really felt about her until his life was on the line. Sometimes, when Fitz bottles things up, he can have rare emotional outbursts.

Note: Sometimes I see Fitz typed as an INFP. He’s not. He heavily favors dominant Ti over inferior Te.

Enneagram: 5w6 Sx/Sp (Tritype: 592)

Quotes:

Coulson: What’s supposed to be in there?
Fitz: The answer.
Coulson: You’ve thought you had the answers before. I think you’ve considered every possible answer. Except the obvious one. You thought Simmons was trapped inside the monolith, but every instrument scan showed the stone was solid all the way through. After hearing about the Pym technologies disaster, you even thought she’d been reduced to a microscopic level. But no evidence supported that. And now…
Fitz: And now I think… I know it’s a black hole. It’s dark matter made solid. It can warp space-time. It… look, regardless… okay? This is gonna tell us exactly what that monolith is.

Coulson: Fitz, I’m gonna make the trip to Sheffield. Jemma’s family deserves to know that she’s M.I.A.
Fitz: Ohh.
Coulson: They need to be able to move on. And so do we. You have shown so much heart, never giving up on Simmons, and I will always, always respect you for it. But look around. We need you. We need that big brain of yours and that heart here. Okay? I miss her, too. I’m having a hard time accepting it… all of it. I-I’m on my third hand, but nothing feels normal because nothing will feel normal. May took off on vacation and never came back, so I lost my right hand, too. We have got to accept it, to say goodbye. We need to say goodbye. Jemma would want us to do that. Okay?

Fitz: I was doing just fine tucked away in a safe, indoor, non-mobile lab at the academy! Then you had to go and drag us into this flying circus! Didn’t even pass our field assessments, for God’s sake!
Jemma: Please, as if I forced you to follow me anywhere.
Fitz: You said, and I quote “Fitz, “it’s the most perfect opportunity “for us to see the world. We’d be fools to pass this one up!”
Jemma: I hate it when you use that voice. That’s not even how I sound. And you were just afraid of going into the field.
Fitz: I’m not afraid…
Jemma: And don’t you dare act like these last few months haven’t been the highlight of your entire pasty life!
Fitz: Pasty? Really? Well, when did you become so sun-kissed? Because I’m pretty sure that every minute of every day, You’ve been stuck in a lab right beside me. At the academy, at sci-ops, this plane. You’ve been beside me the whole damn time!
[Starts to get emotional]
Fitz: You have to fix this.

Jemma: Fitz, I don’t know what you think you’re doing, but…
Fitz: I’m doing what we always do. We’re gonna fix this. Together.

Jemma: What do you think it’s like?
Fitz: Death? Well, depends on the method, really. Drowning’s supposed to be quite pleasant in the end, apparently. Once the water fills up your lungs…
Jemma: I mean after.
Fitz: Ah, yeah. Well, my mum always said that you shouldn’t be afraid because it’s just like the way life was before you were born which wasn’t that bad, was it?
Jemma: That’s sweet. Though, apparently, I was miserable before I was born upside down, umbilical cord all wrapped around my head.

Coulson: We have no authority to do this. We’re no longer S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. We’re…
Fitz: We’re vigilantes.
Coulson: I was gonna say, ‘doing this because it’s the right thing to do,’ but… yeah.

Skye: It’ll be okay, Fitz. No matter how deep they dig, they’ll only find the new identities I’ve created.
Fitz: It’s not that. It’s the idea of giving them access to all of our designs.
Coulson: We’re not actually giving them anything. We just need to get inside so we can plug Skye’s flash drive into one of their computers. You don’t have to go.
Fitz: It’s not that either. It’s Ward. What if Garrett put an exploding eye into him, to control him? Maybe that’s why he betrayed us.
Skye: I’m pretty sure there’s a much simpler reason. He’s evil.
Fitz: Well, I don’t believe that people are born evil. Something must have happened.

Jemma: There’s no principal that would support Telekinesis.
Fitz: Not yet. We did believe for a bit, though, remember? Freshman year? When Sally Webber made the books fall off the table in neurobiology?

May: [Regarding how to get in Quinn’s compound] Without a man inside, it’s impossible, unless you’re immune to pulse laser emissions.
Fitz: If we had a monkey, we could get in. If we had a small monkey, he could slip through the sensors and disable the fence’s power source with his adorable little hands.

Agent Eric Koenig: What’s the difference between an egg and a rock?
May: Edible. Not.
Jemma: Well, that’s absurd. The differences are innumerable.
Fitz: If you want, I can start listing them, but then we’ll be here all day.

Fitz: Just allow me these rare moments of self-pity, okay? You’re the least supportive pretend girlfriend I’ve ever had.

Skye: You, uh, got a little flustered back there.
Fitz: What? When you kissed me on the cheek like my grandmother? Good going. Really selling our relationship there.

Fitz: I’m always the gadget guy. Maybe sometimes I want to do things with my bare hands.
Skye: You make the gadgets with your bare hands.

Coulson: You’re saying reading the Darkhold may have corrupted Aida’s programming? Is that even possible.
Fitz: Technically, no, but we are dealing with a book that can read people’s minds and also reveal the hidden secrets of the universe, so…

Fitz: Yeah, and we were a team and a family, and you betrayed us!
Ward: I know. It’s what I regret the most. Not the lying, the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents I had to put down, and I’m sorry not even dropping you two in the ocean. It’s this. My actions destroyed this. I’ll regret that forever. ‘Cause there were good times. Right? Before? I mean, for a while there, we were a good team. Weren’t we?

Gordon: I’m trapped in here! That’s not possible! What did you do?
Fitz: Science, bitch.

Fitz: I won’t give up. I can’t give up.

Skye: So, you think the rock is a portal?
Fitz: No. No, I’m *proving”* that it’s a portal. Okay? To another planet. A, a very old planet. A crack in space/time that carried Simmons away, and carried the sand back. Which means…
Coulson: She’s out there. But, it’s been months.
Fitz: Yeah?
Coulson: She could be long gone from wherever this thing dropped her.
Fitz: Yeah.
Coulson: She could be dead.
Fitz: Yes.
Coulson: But, we’re gonna find out. Aren’t we?
Bobbi: Yep.
Mack: Damn right.
Skye: Yeah.

Coulson: Okay, Fitz. What do you need?
Fitz: Uh. Uh, well… More historical data. People have studied this thing for centuries. Um… An expert on quantum mechanics and Einstein-Rosen Bridge Theory. And, uh… a sandwich would be nice.
Coulson: I might have an idea… about the other things.

Skye: [after Fitz lied on her behalf] What did you just do?
Fitz: I switched your blood results with your old samples. Give me your hand.
Skye: The new samples are different?
Fitz: Drastically. But until everyone around here calms down, I don’t think we should tell anybody, what with the way Simmons is acting. For now, we should just keep it between us. Keep you safe until we figure it out, okay?
[Skye starts crying and hugs Fitz]
Fitz: It’s okay.
Skye: This is all my fault.
Fitz: No.
Skye: I could have stopped her. I let this happen, and I’m so sorry.
Fitz: No, it’s okay.
Skye: It’s all my fault… There is something very wrong with me.
Fitz: No, you’re just different now. You’re just different now, and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Skye: Hey, whatever you’re doing, just take a break. What are you doing?
Fitz: Coulson has me patching a transceiver into a system that’s not even meant to handle one.
Triplett: You can do that in your sleep.
Fitz: In my sleep, yes, I’m quite good at it. Problem is, I’m awake.

Jemma: Well, at least we still have each other.
Fitz: Yeah, good. ‘Cause the last thing I want is for things to change.
Jemma: Fitz, it’s too late for that.

Fitz: [to Skye] Things change. That’s what I’m saying. So maybe if you can learn how to control this, then… you could have Avenger-level powers, something like Captain America, even.
Jemma: I think it best we keep in mind the unstable natures of Skye’s power. If there is an Avenger equivalent, right now I’m afraid it’s The Hulk.
Fitz: Well, Hulk, saved the world, last I checked.

Fitz: What, you don’t think I should help Simmons rescue Will?
Hunter: Do you think you should? He’s the competition. If your girlfriend’s ex wants to visit from Phoenix, you do not buy him a plane ticket.
Fitz: That’s really specific. Anyway, this guy kept Simmons alive. I owe him. He deserves my help.

Jemma: Skye is my friend. She’s different.
Fitz: Oh, yeah. Like I was your friend, and then I changed. How did you handle that?
Mack: Uh, t-the point is, secrets don’t help any of us. Skye should have just come clean.
Fitz: What, and risked being locked up, studied, or who know what else? No, I wouldn’t let her.
Jemma: Oh, you wouldn’t let her.
Mack: We could have handled her in a way that could have kept everybody safe.
Bobbi: It wasn’t fair to us, Fitz. We had a right to know.
Fitz: A right to know. What – is that the same way that Sif and the Kree had the right to know?
Hunter: I think the situation is a bit different, mate.
Fitz: No, you would have done to her exactly what they wanted to.
Jemma: You don’t know that!
Fitz: Yes, I do know that! They would – you would – you’d “handle her”! Mack just said! Like, uh… like Skye’s something to be locked up in a cage somewhere. We should be protecting her.
Mack: No, Fitz. We’re the ones that need the protection from her.

Eric Forman (That ’70s Show): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Eric always picks up on logical inconsistency and readily points it out when others make mistakes. He does this compulsively, and often at inappropriate moments because he can’t resist a chance to correct others. Eric is a huge sci-fi buff and often defends Star Wars when his friends and family try to point out how unrealistic it is, claiming that certain elements could happen. This is indicative of a personalized logical system. Eric takes in what he is willing to believe and denies what he doesn’t. He’s clearly intelligent, but has no desire to impact his external environment. He thinks for the fun of it, not to apply the knowledge he accumulates. He’s skilled at debating and tends to overthink things. He can sometimes ruin moments because of his need to analyze everything that’s happening. Eric doesn’t typically get hung up on the facts of a situation and tends to be more of an abstract thinker. Sometimes, it’s hard for Eric to be direct and precise when he speaks. He’s not very decisive and tends to go back and forth on things as he acquires new information or considers alternate perspectives (Ti-Ne). He can appear to make a firm decision, only to change his mind shortly after. Eric’s dominant Ti and lower Si often clashes with Red’s high Si and Te, leading to many of their disagreements. He can often be stubborn when he reaches his own conclusions, shutting out other people’s opinions because he values his own rationale and thought process more than other people’s opinions.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: It’s fun for Eric to speculate about possibilities. He’s willing to believe in things he can’t see or prove (Ti-Ne) and often becomes so caught up in his ideas that he doesn’t pay attention to his physical environment or what’s going on right in front of him. He has a wild imagination that allows him to describe vivid possible scenarios and fantasies in conversation, which he comes up with quickly and easily. His brain makes many connections, which is evident from his sense of humor. He’s good at coming up with metaphors and relating his experiences (Si) to other things. Eric is extremely talkative and often ends up rambling, much to the annoyance of his father. Although Eric’s Ne is used mainly for his own personal entertainment, he also utilizes it to think of how situations might play out. When he’s trying to decide on a course of action to take, he uses his Ne to come up with a variety of results, both positive and negative. Eric has trouble committing and often second guesses his decisions. He asks Donna to marry him and when Red pressures them to actually get married, he decides he isn’t ready. Then when his wedding day comes, he’s unable to go through with it.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Though Eric is unconventional in a lot of ways, there are certain traditions he does believe in, and feels uncomfortable when they’re threatened. Donna is a feminist and wants to work, but Eric feels that he should be the provider and Donna should take care of the house and be at home with the kids. He feels the need to provide for her and the thought of things being the other way around makes him uneasy. “I’m the man and the man’s the man and that’s just the way it is.” Eric lacks responsibility, discipline, and focus. He’s not really detail-oriented in most situations and can sometimes be careless and forgetful. Eric can easily recall information about ideas or things that interest him. When he enjoys something, he likes to revisit it. He loves watching, talking about, or collecting merchandise from Star Wars. His Ne utilizes his Si in making references, which he employs regularly in his various witticisms.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Eric is socially awkward and doesn’t really know how to comfort other people. However, he can use people’s emotions against them and be manipulative. For instance, when Donna is planning to move away for school, he realizes that she has become more interested in sex because of how much she’ll miss him when they’re apart, so he plans on her emotions in order to get as much sex as he can. “This could be the last time that you and I…” or “This might be the last time that I…” Eric struggles to keep his mouth shut, even when it might get him in trouble. He can talk about his feelings when he wants to, and when he does, he’s able to articulate them. Eric can be sacrificial, and though he’s adamantly against it at first, puts off college in order to stay home and help out after his father’s heart attack. At times, he can have trouble understanding where other people are coming from or why something upsets them, but, once given some time to reflect, he is able to give sincere apologies. Eric will tell a lie to spare someone’s feelings and avoid an argument. He sees that when Red lies to Kitty to make her happy, it works, but when he tries the same thing with Donna, she gets angry at him (Si-Fe). It works for them, so maybe it will work for him, too. Sometimes, Eric can be a little childish and immature when it comes to his emotions and can become insecure and sensitive when criticized or when he feels others view him as incompetent. Eric often requires external validation from his friends and family to make sure he’s doing the right thing and can become stressed if people disagree with his choices.

Note: I would say that about 85% of the time, I see Eric typed as an INFP (with the other 15% being ISFP), but I don’t see Se, Ni, Fi, or Te in him. I think some of the problem is stereotyping. Eric isn’t focused on school and doesn’t have a mathematical or scientific mind. He also feels more than the stereotypical INTP and lacks detachment. That doesn’t mean he’s not an INTP, though. Not every INTP is robotic, as they’re often portrayed. I know one INTP who is detached and doesn’t really display emotion, and another INTP who is sensitive and has no issues expressing her feelings. There’s no one size fits all description, and functions can manifest differently in different people. Eric’s Ti is displayed through his own subjective rationality and reasoning. He doesn’t typically have strong beliefs about right and wrong or good and bad. He can put his feelings into words when he wants to. He doesn’t really have high moral expectations and doesn’t appear to have a strict value system. Most of the arguments I’ve seen for Fi-dom are very weak and not actually representative of what Fi is. I’m currently doing a rewatch of That ’70s show (it’s what I’ve been throwing on to go to sleep to), and I’m actively looking for signs of Fi/Te. If I find evidence of these functions, I am completely open to retyping him in the future, but for right now, I see more Ti/Fe. And, if anyone who believes him to be an IxFP wants to leave a comment and raise a few points, please do! I’m more than happy to try to look at things from another perspective.

Enneagram: 6w7 Sx/Sp

Quotes:

Red: Kitty, did you look at that list? If I had known what I was coming home to after my heart attack, I would’ve walked straight into that bright light and never looked back.
Kitty: Oh come on, it can’t be that bad. [sits down I’ll do it with you. Cause what’s good for the goose, is good for the gander.
Eric: Actually Mom, Dad’s the gander. [They stare at him] The male goose. So it would be what’s good for the gander is good for the goose. [sits down] So, [picks up the paper] lets take a gander at what you’re giving up with the gander. [He laughs while Red and Kitty continue to stare at him.] That’s how you do that.

Kitty: Do you have to breathe so much, it’s like a sauna in here
Eric: Alright, you heard the lady, no more breathing
Kitty: I didn’t tell you not to breathe, I asked you not to breathe as much, there’s a difference
Fez: [to Red] For crazy people
Red: Hey Ali Baba, close sesame
Hyde: Red you missed the exit
Red: Oh damn, Eric you’re supposed to be watching the map, what are you doing?
Eric: [He holds up the map which he folded into a crown] Making you a crown because you’re king of the road!

Eric: So I told my girlfriend we could go to different schools, everyone does that right?
Lisa: My boyfriend and I have been going to different schools for three years and now we love each other more than ever.
Eric: And I bet when you get together, it’s like a thunderstorm.
Ted: [to Lisa] Hey pretty lady.
[She kisses him]
Eric: Excuse me, hello? Didn’t you just say you have a boyfriend?
Lisa: Yeah but he’s not here
Eric: [to Hyde] I told Donna we could go to different schools, if Donna doesn’t hate Marquette, we’re screwed
Hyde: Who cares man? I just turned down a half drunk college chick, I’m pretty sure she could do stuff

Eric: Well… did you see that? I told you the truth and we got into a fight. My dad told my mom she’s pleasant, a whopper of a lie, and they’ve been married 150 years.
Donna: I don’t care. I want you to tell me the truth all the time.
Eric: No, no, you don’t. It’s like when women ask whether or not their outfit makes them look fat. How many men tell them they look fat? Zero. How many women look fat? Not zero.

Donna: [first lines] You know, Eric, I’m really happy with our relationship right now.
Eric: Yeah, me too. It’s like we’re way past the broken up and miserable stage and we’re back in the having sex again stage. Yeah, thumbs up from this end, too. Yeah
Donna: I’m serious. I mean, we’ve been through a lot, and even though some of it wasn’t exactly fun, I mean, it was worth it, because now we know we can handle anything. And we don’t freak out about the little stuff.
Eric: Right like that time we got into that big fight because I ran over your cat
Donna: That wasn’t little stuff, I really loved that cat.
Eric: Yeah, I know, I meant the cat was little…

Eric: I don’t want to wake up in five years and hate my life.
Red: That’s unavoidable.

Jackie Burkhart: Eric, if it makes you feel any better, Michael was really bad his first time, too.
Eric: Oh, that’s supposed to make me feel better?
Jackie Burkhart: Doesn’t it?
Eric: [realizes it does] Yeah, a little. Thanks, Jackie.

Eric: Look at our poor little tough guy, hurting others to ease his own pain.
Kelso: I think someone needs a tickle.
Fez: No, I’m okay.
Eric: Look, Hyde, we’re your best friends and we’re here for you, okay. We’re not gonna let you go through this thing alone.
Hyde: Would you shut up, Forman? I’m fine.
Kelso: You know what, Eric’s right. We’re gonna do what guys do for each other.
Fez: A massage train?
Eric: No. [to Hyde] But we did get you a present.
[cut to the circle]
Hyde: It’s a great present, guys. I especially like the teeny white paper you all wrapped it in.
Kelso: Yeah, the only thing that could ruin today is if the Russians set off that Russian death ray that’s pointed at the White House. No, seriously. No, I read about it in a magazine.
Eric: Kelso, that was The Flash, and it is a comic book.
Fez: I love comic books. I wish I had thought bubbles… You see anything?
Hyde: Kelso, the Russians don’t have a death ray, but they do have a stupid ray and it’s pointed directly at you.
Kelso: No, the Russians do have a death ray, and I’ll prove it. [dials on a phone] Operator, give me the White House.
Eric: Kelso, I’m not allowed to make long distance calls without permission.
Kelso: Oh, awesome, I’m on hold and they’re playing that theme song to the President.
Eric: Hail to the Chief.
Kelso: Thank you, Eric, but I’m trying to enjoy the President’s theme song.

Eric: You love Marquette and I’ve made my peace with that so we’re just gonna go to different colleges, drift away and make out with guys named Ted because these are things we can’t change, you’re gonna get menopause and I’m gonna die!
Donna: Eric, I’m not going to Marquette.
Eric: Oh. Well, never mind.
Donna: I loved it there and was so excited to tell you about it but the drive took forever and I realized that’s how far we would be from each other all the time so I’m going to UW.
Eric: Oh, Donna.
Donna: Eric isn’t this great. We’re going to be together all the time.
Eric: You’re not going to get all clingy.
Donna: [playfully] Shut up!
Eric: I mean, I’m going to be a big college man.
Donna: Uh-huh.
Eric: I’m gonna need my space.

Ravi Chakrabarti (iZombie): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Ravi has his suspicions that Liv might be a zombie. When he stumbles upon evidence confirming his theory, he’s excited. He wants to learn about her condition. So many possibilities! So much to discover! He asks many questions, trying to gather as much information about her condition as he can (Ti-Ne). Ravi has a keenly analytical mind and enjoys having a puzzle to work out. When he learns the truth about Liv, he begins running tests and quickly gets to work on a cure for the zombie virus, trying different things until he gets it right.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Ideas energize Ravi. He has a great deal of enthusiasm for brainstorming and speculation, though he usually uses his Ne to support his Ti need for answers. Ravi is dismissed from the Center for Disease Control because of his preoccupation with preparing for a possible attack with biological weapons. He is open-minded and can believe in what he doesn’t see. Ravi’s quick mind makes connections with ease, resulting in comical references that sometimes go unappreciated by others.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: The connections that Ravi’s brain makes come from things that he’s already seen and heard. Many of his ideas are based on things he’s seen in movies, on television, or read. He has a very detailed memory for the things that interest him and can easily reference his stored knowledge about something.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Ravi doesn’t enjoy getting involved in people’s personal drama, but he has a very warm and caring disposition. When other people are feeling down, he usually tries to cheer them up with humor. He can sometimes be awkward when the need to comfort other arises and doesn’t really know what to say to help them. He wants to, it’s just difficult for him because it doesn’t come naturally. Sometimes, he can be quite good at making people feel good about themselves, and can be complimentary, particularly with Peyton.

Enneagram: 5w6

Quotes:

Ravi: Can we just talk about you being a zombie? Brain-eating, being undead, these are things you can discuss at length with me. But I can’t give you the Girlfriend Experience.
Liv: I don’t think that means what you think it means.

Ravi: Did you know I used to work for the CDC? I got canned. Wanna know why?
Liv: Because you believe in zombies?
Ravi: They got tired of my warnings. A nuclear war or an asteroid strike is bad, but the most urgent issue facing humanity? Man-made plague. Biological warfare.

Ravi: I don’t know what happened at work, but I promise, the only opinion you need to worry about is your own.
Peyton: It’s a pretty low opinion right now.
Ravi: Well, it shouldn’t be. You are formidable. I mean, you’re clever and disciplined.
Peyton: Hardly.
Ravi: Those are just the top tier qualities. All right? You’re also clearly blessed with a hollow leg.

Peyton: No, no. Don’t go.
Ravi: I must. I know how this turns out. It’s like the shots contest in Raiders of the Lost Ark. You’re Karen Allen, and I’m the fat Nepalese guy that ends up under the table.

Ravi: When we find the tainted Utopium, I’d prefer to test on rats, normal and zombie, rather than humans. New Hope, like Blaine and Major, became a zombie and was given the cure. Her clone should give us the most accurate picture of what Blaine and Major can expect. I’d hate to lose a perfectly good zombie rat.

Ravi: Science is a marathon, not a sprint.

Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter Series): INTP


Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Luna has a very personal thought and belief system. She doesn’t care if what she thinks isn’t the norm. It doesn’t bother her if people think she’s peculiar. Luna can tend to make other people feel awkward, because she will vocalize uncomfortable truths that most people prefer to not mention. Her eccentricity and nonconformity can sometimes make it difficult for other people to relate to her.

Auxiliary Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Her Ne works very closely with her Ti, allowing her to easily pick up on things. She’s extraordinarily open-minded. She makes connections and is very insightful. Luna is uncommonly perceptive, and picks up on more than people would probably like her to. Highly intelligent, Luna has a seemingly endless supply of curiosity and frequently questions… well, everything (Ti-Ne). She has an impressive amount of insight and has a gift for objectivity, when it comes to both situations and people (Ne-Fe). Her imagination works with her rationality to let her see all of the possibilities, which allows her to make eerily correct assessments and aids her in solving problem by thinking outside of the box.

Tertiary Introverted Sensing [Si]: Luna has a very personalized belief system (Ti-Si) that doesn’t usually jive with the beliefs of her peers. She appears to believe most things that she reads in The Quibbler as truth, probably because her father writes it and she trusts him, so she is willing to accept even his most outlandish claims as factual.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: This function often serves Luna’s extroverted intuition. She does not require external validation and is very content with who she is. Luna doesn’t often share her feelings or emotions with others, though she does make it clear that she cares very deeply for her friends. It takes her a while to believe that others care for her as much as she cares about them. When she wants her feelings to be known, she usually makes a casual remark that expresses her emotions, or does something that gets her feelings across, typically in an unconventional sort of way (painting the faces of her friends on her ceiling). She doesn’t get hung up on the way people tease her and remains unfazed by ridicule.

Note: This typing applies to both the book and movie versions of Luna.

Enneagram: I see both 5 and 9 in her. Her tritype is probably 594 or 954. Likely Sp/Sx. If anybody has some insight they’d like to share on this, please feel free, because I can’t seem to make a decision one way or another.

Quotes:

Ravenclaw Eagle Knocker: Which came first, the phoenix or the flame?”
Luna: Hmm… What do you think, Harry?
Harry: What? Isn’t there just a password?
Luna: Oh no, you’ve got to answer a question.
Harry: What if you get it wrong?
Luna: Well, you have to wait for somebody who gets it right. That way you learn, you see?
Harry: Yeah… Trouble is, we can’t really afford to wait for anyone else, Luna.
Luna: No, I see what you mean. Well then, I think the answer is that a circle has no beginning.
Ravenclaw Eagle Knocker: Well reasoned.

Luna: I enjoyed the meetings, too. It was like having friends.

Luna: Come, daddy, Harry doesn’t want to talk to us right now. He’s just too polite to say it.

Luna: You can laugh! But people used to believe there were no such things as the Blibbering Humdinger or the Crumple-Horned Snorkack!