Ninth Doctor (Doctor Who): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: The Doctor’s internal logic is his greatest asset. The Doctor believes he can solve any problem, and is able to look beyond the facts, allowing him to come to creative solutions. While his logical reasoning often saves the day, it also sometimes lands him in hot water with people because it causes him to be extremely blunt, and he tends to comes across as insensitive or rude. The Doctor is naturally curious and always seeks to understand the hows and the whys in every situation he finds himself in. He is able to make detached decisions based on rationality rather than emotion. He’s okay with allowing Gwyneth to sacrifice herself because the good of the many outweigh just one person’s life. When he first meets Rose, he’s interested in her theory, even though he knows it’s incorrect. But he’s interested in her logical process and how she arrived at her hypothesis (that the Autons are students playing a prank). He’s impressed by her analysis of the situation and declares that it makes sense, even though her assumption is wrong. The Doctor usually thinks to himself and only reveals details that are entirely necessary. He doesn’t want to explain anything to Rose at first, and only gives her brief snippets of information, until she gradually begins to prove herself to be useful to him. The Doctor wants people to think critically about the world around them. He’s frustrated when they don’t open their minds. “And no one’s going to stop you because you’ve bred a human race that doesn’t bother to ask questions. Stupid little slaves, believing every lie. They’ll just trot right into the slaughter house if they’re told it’s made of gold.” The Doctor always approaches things reasonably. When Rose wonders if he’s going to scan for alien tech after a crash, he simply responds by saying, “Rose, it hit the middle of London with a very loud bang. I’m going to ask.” The Doctor needs to know how a phone that wasn’t actually a phone was able to ring, and becomes obsessed with getting answers about it from Nancy. It’s not enough for him to know that human DNA is being converted to create these “things.” He also needs to know why and what the point of it is!

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Although the Doctor always has ideas, they’re typically pretty grounded and based on what he knows is possible. He doesn’t really get caught up in flights of fancy (like a couple of his later incarnations). The Ninth Doctor is also much more conscious of fitting in with the time period than some of his regenerations, and tells Rose that she must blend in with their surroundings. He tells Rose that he travels in order to see and experience. Not knowing what’s going to happen is fun and stimulating! He wants to watch events unfold and be part of them! It frustrates the Doctor when humanity proves incapable of believing in what’s right in front of them, especially when they seem to have no difficulty believing in things that can’t be seen or proven. “You’re happy to believe in something that’s invisible, but if it’s staring you in the face, nope, can’t see it. There’s a scientific explanation for that. You’re thick.” The Doctor tends to enjoy the moment without spending too much time brooding over the past or worrying about the future. He takes things as they come and enjoys adventure. He encourages others to just dive in and start doing. “The thing is, Adam, time travel’s like visiting Paris. You can’t just read the guide book, you’ve got to throw yourself in. Eat the food, use the wrong verbs, get charged double and end up kissing complete strangers. Or is that just me? Stop asking questions, go and do it.” The Doctor is so focused on the present that even the immediate past doesn’t have much impact on him. Somebody just died, but hey, they’re already gone. He can’t fix that, but he can prevent more people from dying now so that needs to be his primary objective.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: The Doctor has very good intuition. However, he tends to follow one of his instincts until it proves incorrect, rather than juggling a bunch of hunches at once. The Doctor is able to see how events will unfold and understands motivations. “That’s why the Slitheen went for spectacle. They want the whole world panicking, because you lot, you get scared, you lash out… You get the codes, release the missiles, but not into space because there’s nothing there. You attack every other country on Earth. They retaliate, fight back. World War Three. Whole planet gets nuked.” While he is usually able to understand how events will unfold and is able to arrive at correct conclusions, he sometimes fails to understand what’s really going on in a particular situation (such as trusting the Gelth and trying to help them, only to realize they were actually the enemy). With no prior knowledge whatsoever, the Doctor is able to guess that Nancy lost someone and wonders who it was. Then, he is able to intuit that her little brother was actually her child, but since she was an unwed teenager at the time, she was forced to pretend that she was his older sibling instead of his mother. However, he does sometimes fail to relate things to the big picture. When the Doctor realizes that the words “Bad Wolf” keep turning up everywhere he and Rose go, he mistakenly writes it off as a big coincidence and doesn’t think much of it.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: It’s very difficult for the Doctor to open up and talk about his feelings. He doesn’t like to talk about the Time War or his feelings about it. He has a habit of getting completely immersed in the mystery that he forgets about the people who are involved. When he first meets Rose, he forgets all about Mickey, and appears rather indifferent to her feelings about losing him. However, he claims that because he’s trying to saving the entire planet, it’s difficult for him to focus on just one individual. He fails to tell Rose that there is a possibility that Mickey is still alive, and when she admonishes him for this, he scolds her, telling her to “keep the domestics outside” (which he says on more than one occasion). The Doctor lacks tact and doesn’t really concern himself with protecting other people’s feelings. He tells it like it is, however unpleasant it might be for those around him. The Doctor’s sense of morality is more malleable than Rose’s. She is completely against allowing the Gelth to use the bodies of the deceased in order to save their species, but the Doctor is okay with it if that’s what it takes to keep them alive. The thought is appalling to Rose, but the morality of the situation doesn’t weigh heavily on the Doctor. “Not decent? Not polite? It could save their lives.” To him, it’s simply recycling. In order to get Rose to see things in a new light, he asks if she carries a donor card, and while she says she does, but that this is different, he reponds by saying “It is different, yeah. It’s a different morality. Get used to it or go home. You heard what they said, time’s short. I can’t worry about a few corpses when the last of the Gelth could be dying.” He often refuses to get involved with Rose’s personal life and is unwilling to spend time with her mother. He doesn’t care if Jackie wants him to come over. He has no interest in wasting time with her when there’s an entire universe to explore! The Doctor can be somewhat callous about other people’s losses, telling a man he can mourn his father later, because there’s nothing they can do to help him now. He’s gone, we’re here, we need to focus on saving our own hide. Although the Doctor isn’t great with relating to people in one-on-one situations, he does care about people and wants to help them. He’s overjoyed during the one occasion where he is able to successfully save everyone.

Enneagram: 5w6 8w7 2w1 Sx/So

Note: I considered 7 for the Doctor, but I think that’s because fives can sometimes take on characteristics of sevens. I might change my opinion on this, but for now, I’m sticking with 5.

Fa Mulan (Mulan): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: When Mulan decides on the best solution to a problem, she just goes for it without stopping to discuss it with anyone. She analyzes her obstacles and thinks around the facts. She doesn’t need to have a conversation about it. Instead, she just isolates what her best move is and does it. She realizes that her father is in no condition to go off to war. He’ll die if he goes. So, she chops off her hair, takes his sword, and sneaks off in the middle of the night to fight in his place. She thinks quickly and creatively in stressful situations without losing her cool. Mulan is intelligent and good at defeating her enemies using her brain rather than brawn. While everyone else is fighting in expected ways, Mulan comes up with an innovative method of dealing with her opponents. She takes into account that they are outnumbered and decides to uses Mushu to light the cannon fuse. Instead of aiming at the oncoming men, she uses the cannon to cause an avalanche instead. She also sees that their way of trying to save the Emperor will take too long, so she comes up with the idea of dressing the men up as women and having them use sashes to climb the pillars. Later, she thinks fast on her feet again, pretending to be out of weapons, pulls out her fan, which Shan Yu pierces with his sword, but Mulan turns the tables on him and uses it to disarm him.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Taking risks doesn’t frighten Mulan. She charges into war with no combat experience whatsoever and doesn’t spend much time worrying about the potential consequences if her true identity is discovered. Despite Mushu’s warnings, Mulan bathes out in the open where any of the men could walk by and see her. She takes the chance of getting caught and ruining everything because she doesn’t want to smell bad. Mulan is great at improvising in the moment and taking action. She’s extremely resourceful, which she proved by combining her awareness of her surroundings with quick thinking, allowing her to come up with the idea of causing the avalanche to defeat the Huns. She makes bold moves during battle, and though it takes her some time to fully hone her skills, she learns to become aware of her environment and becomes adept at using whatever is available to her advantage.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: If Mulan really wants to commit to something, she doesn’t let anything stop her. She impersonates a man to fight in the war in her father’s place and she works hard to transform into a warrior. She’s able to save China due to her dedication and perseverance. When she has a goal in mind, she doesn’t stop until she achieves it, whether it’s stopping the Hun army or saving the Emperor’s life. Mulan can fail to account for how future events may unfold, which causes her to be somewhat careless. She becomes fiercely determined to climb the pillar and continues trying long after everyone else had left, not stopping until she ultimately prevails.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Mulan wants to fit in and embody everything that her family expects of her, but she struggles between what she wants for herself and what her family wants her to be. Mulan puts aside who she really is and what she wants in order to please the people around her. Not being able to live up to what people expect from her is upsetting because she wants her family to be proud of her. Mulan deals with an internal conflict because while she hates the thought of disappointing her loved ones, it’s also hard for her to blend in and be like all of the other girls.

Note: I considered inferior Te, inferior Si, and inferior Fe for Mulan. She has a hard time navigating established rules and systems and functioning within them (inferior Te). It’s also difficult for her to follow traditions and remember the information she acquires, as she has to cheat by writing the correct responses for the matchmaker on her arm (inferior Si). However, for her to have inferior Si, she would need dominant Ne, which isn’t there. And she exhibits too much Fe/Ti for me to consider her using Te/Fi at all. Some people believe that the song Reflection indicates Fi, but I feel that it actually screams inferior Fe. She doesn’t want to dishonor her family, and even though she’s trying to play the part of the girl they want her to be in order to make them proud, she feels that she falls short. She is willing to be someone other than who she is if it makes them happy, it’s just that she can’t seem to actually do so despite her efforts.

Enneagram: 3w2 6w7 8w9 So/Sx


Mulan: [Using chopsticks to balance a grain of rice]
Quiet and demure … graceful, polite, delicate, refined, poised…
[she picks up a paintbrush and makes a mark on her arm] punctual!

Fa Zu: Mulan. You should already be in town. We’re counting on you to-
Mulan: Uphold the family honor. Don’t worry, Father. I won’t let you down. Wish me luck!

Mulan: Ancestors, hear my plea,
Please don’t let me make a fool of me
And to not uproot my family tree
Keep my father standing tall.

Matchmaker: You are a disagrace! You may look like a bride, but you will never bring your family honor!

Mulan: Look at me … I will never pass for a perfect bride
Or a perfect daughter
Can it be?
I’m not meant to play this part?
Now I see
That if I were truly to be myself
I would break my family’s heart.
Who is that girl I see
Staring straight back at me
Why is my reflection someone I don’t know
Somehow I cannot hide
Who I am, though I’ve tried
When will my reflection show
Who I am inside?
When will my reflection show
Who I am, inside?

Mushu: Hey, this is not a good idea. What if somebody sees you?
Mulan: Just because I look like a man doesn’t mean I have to smell like one.
Mushu: So a couple guys don’t rinse out their socks. Picky, picky, picky. Myself, I kinda like that corn-chip smell.
Mulan: [Jumps in the water] Ah.
Mushu: Okay, all right, alright, that’s enough, now c’mon, get out before you get all pruney and stuff.
Mulan: Mushu, if you’re so worried, go stand watch!
Mushu: Yeah, yeah. Stand watch, Mushu, while I blow our secret with my stupid girly habits. Hygiene.

Mulan: How ’bout a girl who’s got a brain, who always speaks her mind?

Shang: Ping! Ping, come back!
[Frantically, as Shan Yu draws nearer, his sword raised, Mulan fumbles with the match]
Mushu: Okay, you might want to light that right about now, Quickly, quickly! [Mulan is attacked by Shan Yu’s hawk and loses the match.]
Yao: C’mon, we gotta help! [The Gang of Three run toward Mulan, swinging their swords. Mulan uses Mushu to light the cannon fuse, and it shoots off toward the overhang]
Mushu: You missed! How could you miss?! He was three feet in front of you! [The cannon hits the overhang with a bang, and causes an avalanche that rains down on the Hun Army, burying in them. In fury, Shan Yu roars and hits Mulan in the side with his sword blade. She quickly runs away from the avalanche, pulling Shang with her. Khan runs toward them, and Mulan gets on and tries to give Shang a hand, but he loses his grip and is dragged into the snow.]
Mushu: [riding down the snow in a hubcap] Mulan! Mulan! Mulan? [He pulls a Hun’s head out of the snow.] Nope. Mulan! [He reaches down and pulls out Crickee.] Man, you are one lucky bug.
[Mulan and Khan break out of the snow and race toward Shang, who, unconscious, is sliding on the snow toward a cliff.]
Mulan: Shang! [She pulls him up onto the saddle.]

Shang: Ping! What’s wrong? [Mulan moves her hands to reveal blood.] He’s wounded! Get help! [Mulan sinks into unconsciousness.] Ping, hold on. Hold on.
[The doctor emerges from his tent and says something to Shang, who looks disturbed and rushes inside. He looks at Mulan, who sits up in bed, her side bandaged. Shang stares at her, recognizing her as a girl. Mulan realizes her mistake and pulls the blanket back on.]
Mulan: I can explain!
Chi Fu: So it’s true!
Mulan: Shang!
Chi Fu: [yanking Mulan out of the tent and pulling her hair out of a bun] I knew there was something wrong with you! A woman! Treacherous snake!
Mulan: My name is Mulan. I did it to save my father!
Chi Fu: High treason!
Mulan: I didn’t mean for it to go this far!
Chi Fu: Ultimate dishonor!
Mulan: It was the only way! Please, believe me!

Mulan: I should never have left home.
Mushu: Hey C’mon. You wanted to save your father’s life. Who knew you’d end up shaming him, disgracing your ancestors and losing all your friends. Y’know, you just gotta… just gotta learn to let these things go.
Mulan: Maybe I didn’t go for my father. Maybe what I really wanted was to prove that I could do things right. So that when I looked in the mirror [she picks up her helmet] I’d see someone worthwhile. But I was wrong. I see nothing.
Mushu: Hey, that’s just cause this needs a little spit, that’s all. [He spits on the helmet.] Let me shine this up for you. I can see you, lookit you, you look so pretty! The truth is, we’re both frauds. Your ancestors didn’t send me; they don’t even like me. I mean, you risked your life to help people you love. I risked your life to help myself. At least you had good intentions.
[Crickee starts to cry]
Mushu: What do you mean, you’re not lucky! You… lied to me? [Crickee nods. Mushu turns to Khan.] And what are you, a sheep?
Mulan: I’ll have to face my father sooner or later. Let’s go home
Mushu: Yeah. This ain’t gonna be pretty. But don’t you worry, okay? Things will work out. We started this thing together and that’s how we’ll finish it. I promise.
[The shadow of a hawk flies overheard, and around a bend. Shan Yu climb out of the snow and looks around. He lets out a roar. Soon he is joined by five of his soldiers. They start down the path toward the Imperial City. Mulan watches them, grabs her sword, mounts Khan and turns after the Huns.]
Mushu: Uh, home is that way.
Mulan: I have to do something.
Mushu: Did you see those Huns? They popped out of the snow! LIKE DAISIES!
Mulan: Are we in this together, or not?
Mushu: [looks guilty] Let’s go kick some Hun-ny Bunch! [He and Crickee jump on Khan, and they ride down the mountain, whooping.]

Mulan: They’ll never reach the Emperor in time. [She looks around, then at the tall pillars by the side of the palace. She whistles to them.] Hey guys! I’ve got an idea! [The Gang of Three looks at each other and then follows Mulan, dropping the statue. They all take off their equipment, and put on dresses and makeup, and they use the silk belts around their waists to climb up the pillars. Next to them, Shang takes off his cape and climbs up. Inside the palace, on a balcony, the Huns hold the Emperor. Shan Yu sticks his head in their faces.]

Shan Yu: No! [He turns to Shang, who is now conscious.] You! You took away my victory! [He is hit by a shoe.]
Mulan: No! I did. [She pulls back her hair.]
Shan Yu: The soldier from the mountain! [Abandoning Shang, he chases after Mulan, who is putting on her shoe. She slams the door shut, and he rams his fist through the wood. Mulan is joined by Mushu and Crickee, riding the feather-less hawk.]
Mushu: So what’s the plan?
Mulan: Ummmmm…
Mulan: Hey, I’m making this up as I… go … [as they pass a window she notices a pile of fireworks and two men.] Mushu–
Mushu: Way ahead of you, sister! C’mon, Crickee! [They jump onto a paper kite decoration and float across to the tower. Shan Yu attacks Mulan, and she shimmies up a pole. Shan Yu cuts down the pole, and Mulan and the pole go through the wall. Mulan jumps up and grabs onto the roof and pulls herself up. She looks across to where Mushu and Crickee are gathering ammunition.]

Man: Look! On the roof!
[Mulan backs along the roof, mesuring the distance with her hands. Shan Yu crashes through the roof and raises his sword. Mulan pulls out a paper fan.]
Shan Yu: Guess you’re out of ideas. [He stabs the sword through the fan; Mulan turns it around and readies the sword.]
Mulan: Not quite. Ready, Mushu?
Mushu: [with a rocket strapped to his back] I am ready, baby! [He breaths fire on a stick and hands it to Crickee.] Light me!
[Mulan kicks Shan Yu in the face, then trips him and pins his shirt to the ground with the sword. Crickee lights the fuse, and the rocket slams Shan Yu straight into the firework tower.]
Mulan: [picking up Mushu] Get off the roof, get off the roof! [As the fireworks explode, she jumps, catches a lantern and swings down the cord, then drops onto Shang, who is running down the stairs. Shan Yu’s sword and Mushu land nearby.]

Megara (Hercules): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Meg has a quick wit, which she frequently uses to insult those around her. She’s logical, independent, and doesn’t rely on anyone to save her. When she first meets Hercules, she believes she can deal with Nessus on her own, telling him that she’s capable of handling the situation herself. She has confidence in her ability to come up with solutions to her problems without any help. Meg prefers to remain detached and doesn’t want to grow too close to Hercules. She’s clever and comes up with several ways to manipulate Hercules (claiming that she has “weak ankles” as a segue to get Hercules to open up about his own weaknesses). Meg is cynical, snarky, and believes that it’s best to isolate herself so that nobody can hurt her.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: It’s easy for Meg to use what is immediately available to her accomplish a task. She manipulates Hercules using her sexuality. When Hades tasks Meg with finding out his weakness, she does so by persuading him to play hooky with her and shows him a fun-filled day. Though it’s never stated, one might infer that Meg purposely tripped down the steps in order to start a conversation with Hercules about weaknesses because she was trying to get him to admit his. Meg is comfortable in risky situations and can make shortsighted decisions without considering the ramifications when presented with an opportunity (selling her soul to Hades in exchange for her boyfriend’s life). She’s quick to leap into action (hopping onto Pegasus to get Phil in order to save Hercules, even though she’s terrified of heights). She also notices the pillar about to fall and crush Hercules and is able to push him out of the way in the nick of time, saving his life.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Meg is driven by one goal – work off her debt and eventually be free from Hades forever. She experiences flashes of insight – she can tell relatively quickly that Hercules isn’t like everybody else and believes in him. Meg is good at knowing how to manipulate people and instinctively knows which buttons to push. Once Meg falls for Hercules, she becomes determined to protect him from Hades, regardless of the consequences. Meg appears to believe in universal truths about the world and humanity (everyone is petty and dishonest).

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Admitting her feelings doesn’t come easily for Meg. Instead, she keeps them hidden and denies the truth. Although she was working with Hades to obtain her freedom, in the end, she sacrifices herself to save Hercules. Meg is willing to make selfless choices for those she loves – she’s only a slave to Hades because she sold her soul to him in an attempt to save her boyfriend’s life. Although Meg doesn’t lead with her emotions, she is able to tap into them, as she puts on quite a performance for Hercules in order to convince him to come save the two little boys (Pain and Panic), who were supposedly trapped as a result of a rock slide.

Enneagram: 6w5 8w7 4w5 Sp/Sx


Hercules: Pardon me, my good, uh… uh… sir. I’ll have to ask you to release that young –
Megara: Keep movin’, junior.
Hercules: — lady. But you… are-aren’t you… a damsel in distress?
Megara: I’m a damsel. I’m in distress. I can handle this. Have a nice day.

Megara: Megara. My friends call me Meg, or at least they would if I had any friends. So… did they give you a name along with all those rippling pectorials?
Hercules: Uh, I’m, uh, um-
Megara: Are you always this articulate?
Hercules: Hercules. My… My name is Hercules.
Megara: Hercules, huh? I think I prefer Wonderboy.
Hercules: So, uh, how-how-how’d you get mixed up with the, uh-
Megara: Pinhead with hooves? [Hercules nods] Well, you know how men are. They think “no” means “yes” and “get lost” means “take me, I’m yours”. Don’t worry, Shorty here can explain it to ya later. Well, thanks for everything, Herc. It’s been a real slice. [She starts to walk away.]
Hercules: Wait! [She stops and turns.] Um… can we give you a ride? [Pegasus snorts, whinnies and flies to a high branch.]
Megara: Uh… I don’t think your pinto likes me very much.
Hercules: Pegasus? Oh, no, don’t be silly! He’d be more than happy to- Ow. [PEGASUS has dropped an apple on Hercules’ head. He looks up and Pegasus whistles innocently.]
Megara: I’ll be alright. I’m a big, tough girl. I can tie my own sandals and everything. [She walks away again.] Bye-bye, Wonderboy.

Megara: Please! Help! Please! There’s been a terrible accident!
Hercules: Meg?
Phil: Speakin’ of disasters.
Megara: Wonderboy! Hercules, thank goodness!
Hercules: Wha-what’s wrong?
Megara: Outside of town, two little boys, they were playing in the gorge. There was this rock slide, a terrible rock slide! They’re
Hercules: Kids? Trapped? Phil! Phil, this is great!
Megara: You’re really choked up about this, aren’t ya?

Megara: Looks like your game is over- Wonderboy’s hitting every curve you throw at him.
Hades: Oh, yeah… I wonder if maybe I haven’t been throwing the right curves at him, Meg, my sweet.
Megara: Don’t even go there.
Hades: See, he’s gotta have a weakness, because everybody’s got a weakness, I mean for Pandora, it was the box thing, for the
Trojans, hey, they bet on the wrong horse, okay? We simply need to find out Wonderboy’s.
Megara: I’ve done my part. Get your little imps-
Hades: They couldn’t handle him as a baby. I need someone who can … handle him as a man.
Megara: Hey, I’ve sworn off man-handling.
Hades: Well, you know, that’s good, because that’s what got you into this jam in the first place, isn’t it? You sold your soul to me to
save your boyfriend’s life. And how does this creep thank you? By running off with some babe. He hurt you real bad, didn’t he, Meg? Huh?
Megara: Look, I learned my lesson, okay?
Hades: Which is exactly why I got a feelin’ you’re gonna leap at my new offer. You give me the key to bringing down Wonderbreath and I give you the thing that you crave most in the entire cosmos! Your freedom.

Megara: Let’s see … what could be behind curtain number one? [She pulls the cord on the side and we see Hercules behind the curtain.]
Hercules: Meg!
Megara: It’s alright. The sea of raging hormones has ebbed.
Hercules: Gee, i-i-it’s great to see you. I-I-I missed you.
Megara: [Flopping down onto a couch] So this is what heroes do on their days off?
Hercules: Ah… I’m no hero…
Megara: Sure ya are. Everybody in Greece thinks you’re the greatest thing since they put the pocket in pita.
Hercules: I know, it’s-it’s crazy, y’know, I can’t go anywhere
without being mobbed, I mean-
Megara: Ah. You sound like you could use a day off. Think your nanny goat would go berserk if you played hooky this afternoon?
Hercules: Oh, gee. I-I don’t know. Phil’s got the rest of the day pretty much booked-
Megara: Ah, Phil-schmill. Just follow me- out the window, round the dumbbells, you lift up the back wall and we’re gone.

Hercules: I didn’t know playing hooky could be so much fun.
Megara: Yeah. Neither did I.
Hercules: Thanks, Meg.
Megara: Oh… don’t thank me just yet. Oh! [She falls into HERCULES’ arms.]
Hercules: Oops- careful.
Megara: Sorry. Weak ankles.
Hercules: Oh yeah? Well maybe you’d better sit down. [He carries her over to a bench, puts her down, then sits down beside her.]
Megara: So… uh… do you have any problems with things like this? [She stretches out her leg and holds her foot right in front of his face.]
Hercules: Uh…
Megara: Weak ankles, I mean.
Hercules: Oh. Uh, no. Not really.
Megara: [Moving closer to him] No weaknesses whatsoever? No trick knee?
Hercules: Uh…
Megara: Ruptured… disks?
Hercules: No. I’m… I’m afraid I’m uh… fit as a fiddle. [He stands.]
Megara: [sighs] Wonderboy, you are perfect.
Hercules: Thanks.

Megara: If there’s a prize for rotten judgement,
I guess I’ve already won that
No man is worth the aggravation
That’s ancient history, been there, done that

Megara: No chance no way I won’t say it, no no
It’s too cliche I won’t say I’m in love

Megara: I thought my heart had learned its lesson
It feels so good when you start out
My head is screaming “Get a grip girl
Unless you’re dying to cry your heart out

Megara: No chance no way I won’t say it, no no
This scene won’t play I won’t say I’m in love
You’re way off base I won’t say it
At least out loud I won’t say I’m in love

Hades: I’m sorry… you hear that sound? That’s the sound on your freedom fluttering out the window… forever.
Megara: I don’t care. I’m not gonna help you hurt him.
Hades: I can’t believe you’re getting so worked up about some… guy.
Megara: This one is different. He’s honest, and – and he’s sweet-
Hades: Please.
Megara: He would never do anything to hurt me.
Hades: He’s a guy!
Megara: Besides, oh Oneness, you can’t beat him. He has no weaknesses. He’s gonna —
Hades: I think he does, Meg. I truly think… he does.

Megara: Hercules! Look out! [She pushes him out of the way, but the pillar falls on her instead.]
Hercules: Meg! NO! What’s happening?
Megara: H-Hades’ deal is broken. He promised I wouldn’t get hurt.
Hercules: Meg. Why- why did you… you didn’t have to-
Megara: Oh, people always do crazy things… when they’re in love.
Hercules: Oh… Meg. Meg, I- I…
Megara: Are you… always this articulate? You- you haven’t got much time. You can still stop Hades.

Troy Otto (Fear the Walking Dead): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Troy is obsessed with killing people of different ages, sizes, and ethnicities to see what he can learn about the turning process. He wants to collect data, which he then goes on to categorize, or draw conclusions from. He is confident in his assertion that it will take him 87 minutes to die, because of his age, weight, and BMI. He’s so obsessed with collecting this information that when Nick threatens to kill him, Troy begs him to time how long it takes him to turn. He cares about accumulating knowledge and, when Nick wants to know what’s wrong with him, Troy simply responds that Newton stabbed himself in the eye just to understand the nature of light. Troy wants to know why people spoil. He seeks to understand what is going on around him and remains callous and detached in his quest for answers. Troy’s way of thinking about things is subjective. He does what makes sense to him. He wants to take out the horde that he spots on the side of the road because they can’t risk allowing them to reach the ranch. Cooper argues with him, trying to tell him that it’s not on their to-do list and says that they’re on the clock, but Troy doesn’t care about their schedule. He’s guided by his own internal logic and is able to arrive at likely conclusions quickly. He spots shells from a gun that was owned by Phil, which leads Troy to deduce that Phil had engaged an attacker before retreating to the outpost.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Action and adventure are exciting for Troy and he likes to be in the thick of things. When he spots the horde on the side of the road and leads his men to take them out, he doesn’t allow them to use their guns because it’s “too much noise” and “not enough sport.” He enjoys taking risks and living in the moment. Troy is often reckless and puts himself and others in dangerous situations. He enjoys a good fight and is skilled with weapons. Troy is always aware of his physical surroundings and knows how to engage with them. His constant vigilance allows him to make many observations about his environment. Troy has very keen senses. He’s the first one to notice the smell that leads his men and Madison to the pile of charred bodies. Troy tells Madison that he’s “always been a bit of a nature boy.” He notices what’s going on around him (Se) and makes note of it (Ti). Although he is aware of the severity of most situations, he tends to treat the new world like a personal playground, with Madison noting that it’s like a “game” to Troy. Troy is impetuous and has trouble controlling his impulses (slaughtering the Trimbol family in the heat of the moment). He doesn’t believe in dwelling on the past. When someone dies, they’re gone. All you can do is get your revenge and move on. When Troy sees what Walker did to their people, he immediately wants to hit them back.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Troy’s singular focus is on studying, observing, and acquiring information about the dead (Ti-Ni). He is consumed by it. He has a good sense about people and he sees right through Madison’s speech. Troy realizes that she said what she said to garner sympathy and remind the people at the ranch that she’s a victim. She didn’t say what she said to memorialize him. She had a reason and Troy saw right through her manipulation. He usually has an idea of what will happen in most situations (though, having a concept of what the consequences may be is rarely enough to stop him). Troy thinks that what he does is his “calling” in life. He believes it’s what he’s meant to do. It’s his purpose.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Because he is so wrapped up in trying to comprehend the world around him, Troy doesn’t typically display empathy. When Madison is upset after seeing where the helicopter went down, he admonishes her, saying “there’s no room for grief.” In certain instances, he can become extremely emotional and throw a tantrum. He killed the Trimbol family because they left the ranch and Mike couldn’t even do him the courtesy of looking him in the eye and talking to Troy about it. He has a hard time dealing with his feelings and they cause him to lash out. Troy can be very good at understanding people (seeing Madison’s real motivation for her speech about Travis). Troy does genuinely care about the people at the ranch and wants to help them and protect them, but because he’s so unhealthy, he sometimes ends up doing more harm than good. He’s genuinely upset when he finds the heap of burned bodies and when his group comes across Phil. When Madison tells Troy that his mother never loved him, he later holds a knife to her throat in her sleep, but is unable to go through with it. When he returns to the ranch after their encounter with Walker, Troy wants to keep the truth from them. He only wants to tell Jeremiah, and Troy tries to keep Mike from telling everybody what happened, to no success.

Note: Troy is unbelievably unhealthy. He’s also very complex. Troy has sadistic tendencies and it’s difficult for him to control himself. He didn’t intend to kill the Trimbol family and he means what he says when he’s saying it. He’s just extremely damaged and probably one of the worst examples of an ISTP on television. It’s hard to separate what parts of Troy’s personality come from his cognitive functions and which parts stem from whatever psychological disorder he suffers from. I actually considered high Si for him, because he believes in preserving the ranch, serving it, and doing what he believes must be done in order to protect it. He also talks about the importance of “order, discipline, chain of command,” but I think he means that more for other people and not necessarily for himself. He doesn’t embody those values and tends to just do whatever he wants in the moment. His past has a huge, lasting impact on him, but I believe anyone of any type would be affected if they had the same experiences as Troy. He’s a stickler for “the rules” and how things should be done, but I think that might be part his illness. He uses his loyalty to the ranch as an excuse. They “don’t have enough resources” for Travis, but he’s okay with allowing Madison and Alicia in. I believe Jeremiah and Jake didn’t want to allow Luciana inside because that’s “not how they do things.” Troy hid behind this reason as well, but I think it probably had more to do with his desire to kill people to “learn.” He was probably already thinking about how long it would take Luciana to turn. The same goes for when Vernon, Mike, and the rest of the Trimbol family left the ranch. He was angry and upset, so he used the rules as a crutch. He berated them for leaving with “ranch property.” He didn’t really care about protecting the ranch in that moment, as Jake pointed out. He just used that as his reason because he didn’t want to get into the truth – that he was hurt and felt betrayed. It was also hard for me to decide what his dominant function was – Ti or Se? But there are strong signs of inferior Fe, and nearly everything he does is to feed his Ti curiosity, so ISTP seemed the better fit. Troy can be interpreted in numerous ways, so I used my own analysis of the character, as well as what I’ve read in interviews or heard on Talking Dead to form my judgments. He hasn’t been around very long, though, so I may see something that will cause me go back and retype him in the future. Time shall tell.

Enneagram: 5w6 8w7 3w2 So/Sx


Troy: Did you have contact back home before comms failed?
Travis: No.
Troy: Oh, shame. New Zealand’s isolated. I just thought, uh maybe your people – maybe they dodged all this. Maybe they turn different or not at all. Eh, could’ve learned something. We may still.
Nick: Where’s my mom and my sister?
Troy: Being processed.
Nick: Don’t hurt them.
Troy: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, ease your mind. I’m not a savage.
Travis: That’s that’s good to hear. This woman needs attention.
Troy: Yeah, she’ll be taken care of.
Travis: No, she’s dying.
Troy: Everyone here dies. It’s the only mercy I can offer for the sick and the maimed. Now, you can take a seat.

Madison: What are you writing?
Troy: Oh, it’s just observations. I’ve always been a bit of a nature boy. I just I mark things down. It will matter later.

Troy: Two ways it cuts, huh? You can’t sleep ’cause of what’s weighing on you or bad times just waiting for you when you wake.
Madison: What do you want?
Troy: This area’s burned. You shouldn’t go back out there.
Madison: Troy.
Troy: We’re leaving. I can take you home with us. You and Alicia.
Madison: What about Travis?
Troy: Our resources are limited
Madison: Is he alive?
Troy: I’ll release him. I will… if you come.

Nick: Luci, hey-
Man: Not sure she can hear you.
Nick: What what do you mean?
Troy: She’s not going to make it is what he means.
Nick: Help her.
Troy: No. We take her to the infirmary, she may turn. It’s against policy.
Nick: It’s your fault. You shot her.
Troy: I was defending my people. I’ll do it again. I know what to do.
Nick: No, no, no, no.
Troy: This is how it has to be.
Nick: No.

[Madison enters and sees who she thinks is Nick in bed.]
Madison: How’s Luciana?
Troy: Oh, still alive. I liked your speech. I liked how you said his name. Travis. It makes him matter. Makes him real.
Madison: He was real.
Troy: That’s not why you said it, though. It wasn’t out of grief.
It was pointed. You wanted to remind us that you’re a victim, too.
Madison: You feel like a victim?
Troy: Are you analyzing me now?
Madison: No.
Troy: What did you do in the old world?
Madison: Guidance counselor.
Troy: At a high school? [Madison nods] Oh. I never attended. “Certain social aspects of academia proved challenging for Troy.”
Madison: You must have been lonely.
Troy: No, no. No, I, uh I had this place. Everything that I do is in service to this place.
Madison: Does your father believe that?
Troy: Yeah, he understands. You know, complicated problems call for complicated solutions.
Madison: Killing people’s not complicated. It’s simple.
Troy: Do you see? You understand this world. You understand me. That’s why I picked you. But I didn’t – I didn’t pick Nick.
Madison: He comes with me. Package deal.
Troy: Why were you separated? Why was he with strangers and not his family? He doesn’t deserve his place here. I think you know it.
Madison: He’ll earn it. [referring to the bed] That was made this morning, Troy.

Jake: Stay away from Madison and her family.
Troy: They’re my friends.
Jake: They came here under my invite. They trust me.
Troy: They came here not to get eaten. I wouldn’t flatter yourself.
Jake: Yeah, but they’re staying ’cause I said I’d protect them from you.
Troy: And how are you going to do that?
Jake: Please don’t do this. Troy, please. I’m the one that still believes in you.
Troy: Well, I don’t need you to anymore.
Jake: Yeah, you do. You do. If the ranch knew what you really are-
Troy: And what am I, Jake?
Jake: Do you really think that you were helping those people out at the depot?
Troy: I think I was helping all of us.
Jake: Troy when Dad’s gone, this is all on us. We have to take care of this place. We have to lead – Together.
Troy: Together.
Jake: Yeah. But I need you to do something for me. I need you to stay away from the Clarks. Do you hear me?
Troy: Yep. I hear you.
Jake: Do you mean it?
Troy: I always mean it, Jake.

Troy: The ground’s soft. You could dig a grave real easy. I mean, people would suspect you, but well, they really wouldn’t know for sure.
Nick: I wonder how long it’ll take you to turn.
Troy: Eighty-seven minutes. Eighty-seven minutes given my weight, BMI, age. You know, if you do do it, you should time it.
Journal’s in my pocket.
Nick: You are not a scientist.
Troy: Time it. Nick, please.
Nick: What is wrong with you?
Troy: Newton stabbed his own eye to understand the nature of light. I just – I need to know. I need to know why we spoil.

Troy: Cooper, are you seeing what I’m seeing? We got a party to attend!
Cooper: It’s out of our way, Troy. We need to get to the Huey and back. Over.
Troy: No, no, no, we leave them, they could migrate up the highway toward the ranch. We can’t risk that.
Cooper: Not on our to-do list. We’re on a clock, man.
Madison: I’m with you.
Troy: We’re not making this someone else’s problem, Cooper. We’ll be in and out in five minutes. That’s it. Oh, no, no, no. No guns. It’s too much noise. Not enough sport.

[after he, his men, and Madison take out a horde]
Troy: Oh, it’s a beautiful thing. It’s a beautiful, beautiful thing. Who timed that?
Man: It was just under a minute.
Troy: Eh, it’s good work. Short work.

Troy: You ready for what comes next? It’s gonna be living, not dead. Whoa, you’re gonna need more fight in you than that.
Madison: I’ll have fight. Don’t worry.
Troy: You sure?
Madison: Seeing where it happened was harder than I thought.
Troy: Oh, you need to let that go. There’s no room for grief.
Madison: If it was your father, you wouldn’t mourn him?
Troy: Big Otto is immortal.
Madison: And you didn’t grieve for your mother?
Troy: Nah, if someone is dead, they’re dead, you know? There’s no point dwelling. All you can do is take out the assholes who did you wrong.
Madison: Eye for an eye.
Troy: Ah, a tooth for a tooth, amen.
Madison: It’s just a game to you.
Troy: No, it’s not a game. It’s my calling.

Madison: Your men are tired.
Troy: Yeah, well, newsflash so am I. Listen, Walker and those assholes will make it back before us if we don’t move double time.
You want that visited on your family? Huh? You really think Nick can handle something like that?
Madison: We’re not gonna make it back.
Troy: You’re overstepping, Madison. Mike, will you pick your ass up? Just wrap your foot and hoof it. Come on, let’s go.
Madison: You want them to follow you out of fear or respect? Troy: What did you just say to me?
Madison: Being a leader is knowing when to stop.
Troy: Okay. Okay. Come here. This is my mission and these are my men.
Madison: Yours or your father’s? Would he back this play?
Troy: Who do you think you’re talking to? I’m not your son.
Madison: But you have such a strange fixation on him. You wanna be a mama’s boy, Troy? Was your mother too cruel for that? Troy: Shut up.
Madison: She hated you, didn’t she?
Troy: Shut up. Shut up.
Madison: Even in the end, when you cared for her and bathed her, she still didn’t love you, did she? Who says we should rest up?
Troy: I’m the only one who knows the way back. So you better pick your asses up at first light because I will leave you. I’ll leave you all for the wasted.

Mike: They’re dead. They’re all dead.
Troy: Mike, lock your shit down. Lock it down.
Mike: They’re dead. And we’re gonna die, too, if we don’t leave!
Troy: Shut up!
Man: Is that true?
Mike: If we stay, we-
Troy: Mike, shut the hell up.
Mike: If we stay, we die!

Troy: No, no, no, we go after them. Now. We hit them back.
Jeremiah: So you can stroll into another ambush, Colonel Custer?

Madison: I was worried you might do something rash.
Troy: To my family? No, no. Never.
Madison: Can’t blame my worry.
Troy: No. All I’ve ever had in my – my whole life is this – this place and these people, and I don’t know, it just I don’t understand, you know. Like, the world out there, it’s, uh – it’s burned.
Madison: They wanted to see for themselves.
Troy: Anyone who leaves is dead to me. Now, Mike, he was – he was soft, but he was – he’s been my friend since I was a kid. He stayed in school when I got – I got pulled. But he never quit on me. Never.
Even when others did.
Madison: He didn’t quit on you, Troy. He just stood by his family.
Troy: He wouldn’t look at me. He just… Hard to know how to react to something like that.
Madison: You make sure no one else leaves. Save them from the same mistake. I’ll help you.

Troy: I didn’t go out there to do that, I swear. I – He owed me. He had to look me directly in the eye. He had to say it to my face, say it like Vernon said it to my father. He owed me that. He didn’t want to do that, did he? He said some things, and I did some things. Then it went bad. Not what you want to hear, is it?
Madison: You could run this place, Troy, but not if you let things break like that. Last night you had command. I saw that. Your militia saw that, and they responded. Your brother doesn’t have what you have. He’s not of this place. You’re the survivor. You’re the heir. So, no, the last thing I want to hear is how you lost control. That can’t happen. I don’t care how you did it. I don’t care why you did it. All I care about is that you can control it. There’s a fight coming, and you have to save us. Can you?
Troy: Yes, ma’am.

Leroy/Grumpy (Once Upon a Time): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Grumpy has an understanding of how things work. He often makes brutally honest assessments of situations and isn’t exactly mindful of the feelings of the people around him. He brusquely tells Snow White that nobody is going to want to help her sell candles for Miner’s Day because the only person people in the town hate more than him is her. Leroy is an adept problem-solver. When he eventually comes around in order to impress Nova, they have a difficult time getting the townsfolk to make a purchase. He first comes up with a plan to sell candles door-to-door. He then attempts to persuade Mr. Gold to let the rent go for one month. When that fails, he cuts the power, creating a demand for candles. Leroy is argumentative and points out other people’s logical flaws. When Mary Margaret chastises him for pursuing a nun, he tells her she is no better than he is because she had been sneaking around with a married man. When Granny refuses to allow Ariel entry into the diner because of her lack of clothing, Leroy defends her by pointing out all of the times Ruby has been in there, dressed in practically nothing. Leroy is detached in his decision-making and doesn’t typically let emotions influence his thought process. Elsa needs to be stopped. All evidence indicates that she was the one who froze the town.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: When there is a problem, Grumpy has no problem diving right in and doing something. When Nova is filling up a bag of fairy dust in the mines, Grumpy (“Dreamy”) sees that she is having trouble turning off the machine and immediately rushes over and pulls the lever for her. Then, the bag nearly ends up being incinerated, but Grumpy leaps up to where the bag is and stops it from entering the fire by hooking it with his ax just in time to save it. When he is trying to sell candles with Mary Margaret, he decides that if customers won’t come to them, they would have to go to the customers, and takes action by going door-to-door and eventually cuts the power. Leroy enjoys sensory pleasures. He’s the town alcoholic and the first time we see him in Storybrooke, he is in jail for disorderly conduct. Back when he was Dreamy, he wanted to run away and see the world outside of the mines. Dreamy wasn’t satisfied working in the mines like the other dwarves and planned to abandon his responsibilities. He tends to express his feelings through physical displays. After telling Nova he can’t be with her, Dreamy returns to the mines and violently begins beating a rock with his ax, breaking it. When Sneezy draws the short straw when the townspeople are trying to test the town border, he refuses to step over the line, and Leroy pushes him over it, stripping him of his Enchanted Forest memories. He decides he would rather leave Storybrooke and lose his memories than stay there with Regina, and is set to drive out of down until David stops him. When Regina shows up at the celebration at Granny’s, Leroy immediately grabs a knife, wanting to know what she’s doing there.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Leroy doesn’t exactly have a positive outlook on the future. His insights are usually of a pessimistic nature. However, when he has a goal in mind, he stops at nothing to achieve it. He is determined to raise five-thousand dollars for Sister Astrid so the nuns will be able to remain in Storybrooke and he becomes singularly focused on accomplishing his task, no matter what he has to do to get the job done. When the curse is lifted, Leroy quickly becomes concerned about the possibility of outsiders wandering into Storybrooke, and he wholeheartedly believes that trouble will be coming their way, and this hunch is eventually proven to be correct.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Emotional expression isn’t exactly Grumpy’s forte. He’s a loner and isn’t as community-minded as some of his fellow Storybrooke residents. He isn’t particularly compassionate. Once everybody regains their memories of who they truly are and Leroy hears that an angry mob is headed to Regina’s house, Leroy believes that she deserves it. He’s somewhat oblivious to what other people are feeling. Even when he was still Dreamy, he was clueless when Nova hinted that she wanted to see the fireflies with him. When he goes to tell Sister Astrid that he and Mary Margaret were unable to sell the candles, he can’t bring himself to disappoint her and instead lies, saying they sold them all. He allows other people to influence his emotions, and lets the Blue Fairy and Bossy convince him that he can’t love and that Nova will be better off if he refuses to run away with her, and he listens to them. Leroy is afraid that saving Greg’s life will lead to unwanted attention for Storybrooke and is leery about saving him for the sake of the town.

Note: For some reason, I’ve only ever seen Leroy typed as an INFP, but I just don’t see enough evidence to support that.

Enneagram: 6w5 8w9 4w5 Sp/Sx


Dreamy: All she talked about was going to see some fireflies, not loving me
Belle: What did she tell you about these fireflies?
Dreamy: That she was gonna go see them on the hilltop tonight. That she heard they were the most beautiful sight in all the land.
Belle: She wasn’t telling you about fireflies. She was inviting you to go be with her.
Dreamy: You think so?
Belle: I’ve had my heart broken enough to know when someone is reaching out. Now go, find your love. Find your hope. Find your dreams.

Mary Margaret: Oh my God. You like her. She is a nun, Leroy. Could you possibly pick anyone any less available?
Leroy: Says the girl who went after a married guy. At the end of the day, you’re no better than I am. You got your reasons for being here, I got mine. Now when I say I’m gonna get that five-thousand dollars, I’m gonna get that five-thousand dollars.

Bossy: You can’t do this, Dreamy. You can’t go to her.
Dreamy: Why not?
Bossy: You have a responsibility – to mine the diamonds we make into fairy dust.
Dreamy: But I love her.
Bossy: You’re a dwarf, Dreamy. You’re not capable of love. It’s not how we’re made.
Dreamy: What if I’m different? What if you’re wrong?
Blue Fairy: Bossy’s not wrong, young one. What you feel – it’s just a dream.
Dreamy: Who are you?
Blue Fairy: I’m Nova’s teacher. And if the two of you run away together, it will not end well. Nova will lose her wings. But if you return to the mines, and you allow Nova to become the fairy that she was meant to be, the two of you will bring untold joy to the world. Nova can be a great fairy… if you let her. The choice is yours.

Mary Margaret: Leroy, you know that a relationship between you and Sister Astrid can never happen.
Leroy: My whole life people made it their business to tell me what I can’t do. She was the first person that said I could do anything. Who believed in me. I didn’t want to disappoint her.
But there are consequences to following through when the world tells you not to. I mean, look at me. I am a pariah in this town.

Dreamy: What matters is I can’t stand in the way of your happiness.
Nova: You are my happiness! I love you. Don’t you love me?
Dreamy: I’m a dwarf. I can’t love.

Grumpy: I don’t want my pain erased. As wretched as it is, I need my pain. It makes me who I am. It makes me Grumpy.

[Mary Margaret and Leroy are trying unsuccessfully to sell their candles on the miner’s day fair]
Mary Margaret: This isn’t working.
Leroy: You’re right. We should pack it up.
Mary Margaret: Now you’re quitting.
Leroy: If the customers won’t come to us, we gotta go to them – door to door.
Mary Margaret: If they hate us here, what makes you think they’ll like us in their homes?
Leroy: Exactly. They’ll pay us just to leave.

Leroy: So let me get this straight. You got a twin brother?
David: Yeah.
Leroy: Whose name is James?
David: Right.
Leroy: But *your* name is James.
David: No, actually it’s not.
Leroy: Charming, then?
Mary Margaret: No, that’s the nickname I gave him.
Leroy: Hey, hold on, what the hell *is* your name?
David: David.
Leroy: Your cursed name?
David: My real name.
Leroy: What, you’re David, James and Charming, and David’s like a middle name?
David: No, it’s my name name!
Leroy: You know, whatever, I’ll call you whatever I damn well please! That OK?
David: Sure, Leroy.

Granny: Uh, maybe you didn’t notice the sign? No shirt, no shoes, no service.
Leroy: Now you got a dress code? I seem to recall some Ruby outfits that are seared into my brain.

[David is trying to unlock the stranger’s phone]
David: Leroy, can you get it open or something? Hack it?
Leroy: Well, you do understand that computer hacking and pickax hacking are different.

Archie: Dr. Whale’s whipped everyone to a frenzy. They’re going to Regina’s house. They’re gonna kill her!
Leroy: Great. Let’s watch.

Leroy: [handing Gold another vial with the elixir] This is for you.
Mr. Gold: And what am I supposed to do with that?
Leroy: Belle once helped remind me who I was. I’ve never forgotten. I want to return the favor. Don’t let her die as Lacey.

Henry Mills: [to David] You’ll find another way. In the book, things always look worse right before there’s good news.
Leroy: [running towards them with the other six dwarves] Terrible news! Terrible news! We were out at the town limits. Tell ’em who you think you are, Sneezy!
Sneezy: Will you stop calling me that? You know who I am. I’m Tom Clark, I own the Dark Star Pharmacy. What’s going on here?
Leroy: [to the others] If you cross the border, you lose your memory all over again.
Archie: And coming back doesn’t fix it?
Leroy: If it did, would I have come running in yelling, “Terrible news”? If we leave, our cursed selves become our only selves.

Caleb Rivers (Pretty Little Liars): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: When it comes to understanding systems and analyzing problems for solutions, Caleb knows what he’s doing. He’s a brilliant hacker who is able to use his knowledge of computers to help the girls out of their various conundrums. He’s good at fixing things and improving them (upgrading the security system at the Radley for Ashley). Caleb illegally makes money in high school by upgrading phones for students, or by fixing them. When there’s a problem, Caleb is good at scanning for possible resolutions and determining which option would be the best course of action. When Caleb is younger, there is a sense of isolation and detachment about him. He has a witty, sarcastic sense of humor that he can sometimes use as a defense mechanism (though, as he develops, this becomes more playful and good-natured). Rules are of no consequence for Caleb, and he tends to work around them, or flat out break them. He has a curious mind and tends to questions things. Caleb is good at assessing situations from a rational, detached standpoint and delivering harsh truths when necessary. It can be difficult for Caleb to be understanding when people make emotional decisions. He can’t wrap his brain around why Hanna visits Mona at Radley. Mona tormented Hanna and made her life hell.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Caleb is good at responding to situations in the moment, with little to no time to actually come up with a plan. When he and Hanna are going through the receipts at the Radley in order to destroy the one that shows Spencer’s signature on Archer Dunhill’s card, he realizes that they are running out of time, and, in an effort to prevent Spencer from getting in trouble, he quickly busts open a pipe allowing the room to be flooded, along with the piece of evidence that could be used against Spencer. Caleb is very street smart and is shown to have a keen awareness of his surroundings. He’s skilled at seeing opportunities and seizing them. He originally gets involved with the girls because he’s acting as a spy for Jenna. Sometimes, Caleb can make rash decisions in the heat of the moment, which can sometimes lead to him being scrutinized by the Rosewood police force. When Emily is desperate to talk to Maya, Caleb makes it so she’ll be able to call her and charges an extra $40 for a rush job. When Hanna didn’t want Ella going to Philadelphia, he removed a piece from her car, which prevented her from being able to go. Caleb tends to live in the moment and doesn’t get too hung up about his future. Sometimes, Caleb can throw himself into sensory pleasure to distract himself from other things, such as when he returns from Ravenswood and develops a drinking problem.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Sometimes, Caleb is proven to have very good intuition and insight. He observes and notices what’s going on around him (Se) and comes to sharp conclusions (Ni) about people or things based on what he takes in. Caleb doesn’t usually talk much about the future or his plans for it. All he seems to know for certain is that he wants to spend the rest of his life with Hanna. He’s certain of that much. Caleb sometimes comes to broad generalizations, or universal truths, about things or people. “The rich girls steal. The pretty girls lie. The smart girls play dumb. And the dumb girls spend their days trying to be all of the above.” He notices that the pen the man claiming to be James Leland is using is a “crappy” one, and, from this external observation (Se), Caleb comes to the conclusion that this man is an imposter and not who he says he is.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: When he wants to, Caleb is capable of opening up about his emotions, especially where Hanna is concerned. He cares very deeply for people and wants to help them and protect them. Typically, Caleb doesn’t allow morality to get in the way of what he wants to do. When we first meet him, he’ll do just about anything to make a few bucks, whether it’s by hacking, espionage, or illegally tampering with cellphones. His feelings can be hurt, and when this happens, he can sometimes resort to drastic actions instead of trying to work things out with dialogue (such as when he leaves Hanna after he begins to feel like her life revolves around her career). When Caleb begins to fall for Hanna, he stops helping Jenna and becomes loyal to her and her alone. Caleb is willing to lie to the people he cares about in order to protect them. He doesn’t have a strong moral code and, under the right circumstances, there isn’t much that he isn’t willing to go along with. He doesn’t mind doing something “wrong” and, though he does ask questions out of curiosity, he doesn’t tend to object on moral grounds.

Enneagram: 6w5 Sp/Sx


Caleb: I don’t know who you are or what kind of game you think you’re playing, but guess what? If you can change the rules, so can we. Goodbye.

Caleb: What’s complicated? I don’t live in a cave, I get it. The rich girls steal. The pretty girls lie. The smart girls play dumb. And the dumb girls spend their days trying to be all of the above.

Caleb: For the record, I am going to help you stop A, and I’m not asking for your permission.

Caleb: I hacked into your computer system, and I found the location where you lost the van.
Tanner: You just admitted to a federal offense.

Caleb: Most of my life I’ve felt alone, even when I was with people.

Hanna: She was my best friend in tenth grade.
Caleb: Yeah, and then she threw you a few poisoned apples.

Caleb: I would rather you hate me and be safe than the other way around.

Hanna: You don’t know the first thing about me.
Caleb: No, you don’t know the first thing about you.

Toby: This is about doing the right thing.
Caleb: There is no right thing. There’s only by the book or save our ass.

Hanna: Caleb, what are you doing here?
Caleb: Exit exams.
Hanna: How is reading about monsters going to help you? Shouldn’t you be studying?
Caleb: I’ll wing it.
Hanna: You can’t wing it. It’s like all of high school in one test.
Caleb: If they ask who signed the Emancipation Proclamation, I’ll say Daniel Day Lewis.

Caleb: I should have told you in person, I just… I had never said the things that I was feeling, and I didn’t feel that I could say those things without making a complete ass of myself. Pretty much like I am right now… So I wrote you a letter. And in the letter Is aid I was sorry. Most of my life, I have felt alone, even when I was with people… that was until I met you.

Ryan Atwood (The O.C.): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Ryan has his own internal way of thinking and he doesn’t typically share his logical conclusions with others. He is good at analyzing situations and coming up with solutions. Ryan is highly intelligent and his test scores are very high. Though he has a lot of potential, Ryan doesn’t really apply himself. He even took his SATs as a sophomore and scored in the 98th percentile. Ryan is good at noticing logical inconsistencies. A lot of the time, this can be shown with a mere facial expression, but sometimes, such as when Seth is venting to him about his personal problems, Ryan is quick to point out how Seth can fix his problems. When Ryan happens to walk in while Sandy and Kirsten are meeting with a contractor, Ryan is able to quickly determine that there are discrepancies between the floor plan and the finished product. Ryan is good with technical drawings and sketching, which eventually leads him down his architectural path.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: One of Ryan’s dominant personality traits is his tendency to make impulsive choices, such as starting fights or aiding his brother in grand theft auto (which he was reluctant to go along with, but ultimately did). His short-sighted choices usually land him in hot water. Ryan tends to live in the present. He’s aware that his actions have consequences, but usually, he makes the choice that will get him into trouble anyway. Ryan is street smart and has a good sense of his environment. He’s very physical and can become violent quickly. Ryan is tough with a short temper, but as he adapts to Orange County and the Cohens, learns to try to resolve disputes in other ways before resorting to fighting. Ryan is athletic, and played both soccer and football prior to moving to Orange County.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Sometimes, Ryan has really good intuition and he follows his hunches. He knows something is off about Oliver, and so, he trusts his instincts and is eventually proven correct. Ryan’s goals aren’t really long-term. He knows that he wants to have a better life than he did at home with his mom, and doesn’t want to mess that up by ruining things with Sandy and Kirsten, though he sometimes falters in the heat of the moment. With some nudging from a counselor, Ryan eventually decides that he’d like to be an architect, and goes to school to make that dream a reality. While Ryan’s instincts are usually good, they can sometimes lead him to incorrect assumptions. While he’s in Florida, he can tell that something happened between Marissa and Trey, but believes that she cheated on him with his brother, and doesn’t guess that Trey assaulted her. Because she doesn’t tell him what actually happened, Ryan confronts Trey, who says that Marissa was the one who made a move. Though Ryan isn’t sure what to believe at first, it’s Theresa who convinces him that Marissa is worthy of his trust, not Trey.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Ryan doesn’t like to talk about his feelings. He usually keeps things bottled up, but will open up on rare occasions. Ryan cares a lot about the people in his life and is extremely protective of them. Even though he barely knows Kirsten and she is judgmental of him, he defends her honor when an inmate is inappropriate with her in juvie. He protects Seth when the water polo players harass him. He saves Marissa on multiple occasions and helps Theresa when she’s in need. Ryan has a bit of a savior complex, and always seems to be rescuing someone (particularly his love interests), which he usually does at his own personal expense. Because he grew up in an unhealthy, abusive environment, Ryan has trouble trusting people and letting them get close to him. However, Ryan is extremely loyal to his loved ones, and will sacrifice a lot for them. Even though Ryan doesn’t know for certain if Theresa’s baby is his, he returns to Chino, leaving behind his life in Newport, in order to help her raise the child. When Kirsten is struggling with alcoholism, he is able to vocalize his feelings about not wanting to see someone else he loves go down the same path as his mother.


Marissa: So, what are you doing here, seriously?
Ryan: Seriously? I stole a car. Crashed it. Actually, my brother did. Since he had a gun and drugs on him, he’s in jail. I got out, and my mom threw me out. She was pissed off and drunk. So, Mr. Cohen took me in.

Sandy: Your test scores? 98th percentile on your SAT1’s. Ryan, 98th percentile, you start going to class. Are you thinking about college?
[Ryan scoffs]
Sandy: Have you given any thought to your future? Dude, I’m on your side. Come on, help me out here…
Ryan: -Modern medicine is advancing to the point where the average human life span will be 100. But I read this article which said Social Security is supposed to run out by the year 2025, which means people are going to have to stay at their jobs until they’re 80. So I don’t want to commit to anything too soon.
[Sandy chuckles]
Sandy: Look, I can plead this down to a misdemeanor. Petty fine, probation. But know this, “stealing a car cause you’re big brother told you to,” it’s stupid and it’s weak and those are two things you can’t afford to be anymore.
Ryan: Two more things.
Sandy: You wanna change that? Then, you’re gonna have to get over the fact that life dealt you a bad hand. I get it, we’re cut from the same deck, Ryan. I grew up, no money, bad part of the Bronx, my father was gone, my mother worked all the time… I was pissed off, I was stupid.
Ryan: Look at you now.
Sandy: Smart kid like you. You gotta have a plan. Some kind of dream.
Ryan: Yeah… right. Let me tell you something, okay? Where I’m from, having a dream doesn’t make you smart. Knowing it won’t come true? That does.

Ryan: [laughs insincerely] You know what I like about rich kids?
[punches Luke]
Ryan: Nothing!
Seth: That was awesome!

Ryan: I’m not too popular around here, and your boyfriend – a little bit angry.
Marissa: You’re telling me you didn’t try to hit him back?
Ryan: Actually, I hit him first.
Marissa: Well, hard to believe you’re not more popular.

Seth: Are you just not going to go ’cause you’re afraid of Luke?
Ryan: That’s not what I’m afraid of. Look, your parents taking me in, that’s, like, the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me. I’m not going to lose it just to kick some guy’s ass.
Seth: But you could totally kick his ass, right?
Ryan: Oh, yeah.

Ryan: I used to want to be an architect.
Kirsten: And what do you want to be now?
Ryan: Seventeen.
Kirsten: Me too.

Kirsten:: I couldn’t help notice that you wanted to talk to Seth.
Ryan: Oh, did I?
Kirsten:: Well, since he’s out of town and he’s going to be moving out next semester, you’re going to need a new Seth. Don’t tell Sandy, but I thought I would audition for the job.
Ryan: Oh, yeah, that’s very thoughtful.
Kirsten:: So, how does it work? Do I ask you what’s on your mind?
Ryan: Eh, usually you talk about yourself, and I solve my problems on my own.

Sandy: You’re not having breakfast with us?
Ryan: I’m not hungry. What do you want?
Sandy: Dr. Kim just called to let us know that you’ve been suspended indefinitely pending a disciplinary action if the school board will vote to expel you.
Ryan: I know you want me to apologize, but I’m not. Oliver told me right to my face that he wanted me gone so he could get to have Marissa all to himself.
Sandy: Then why would he drop the assault charges against you?
Ryan: He did that?
Sandy: Yeah, he did. It seems to me that if he had it out for you, he would have had you gone and you’d be back in juvi hall by now. You know that. Come on, help me out. Tell me what’s going on with you.
Ryan: Oliver is dangerous. He’s a sociopath who provoked me into attacking him so he could come off as the poor, innocent victim before Marissa and everyone else. He’s so charming and charismatic that no one can see the person for what he really is.
Sandy: No, this is how I see it. YOU attacked HIM… unprovoked… in full view of witnesses at your school because you’re jealous about him being around Marissa. You’re on probation and you knew that the slightest infraction would land you back in juvenile hall and maybe lead to you being taken away from us, but you did it anyway. For the life of me, I can’t understand why you would do that. Talk to me. Tell me what’s really going on with you. Talk to me. Why did you really attack Oliver?
Ryan: What’s the point? Oliver was right. You’re not gonna believe me anyway. You and everyone else believes him over me.
Sandy: It’s not what I believe. I wish it was. It’s about what you did! The next time you think about raising your fists to someone you don’t like, you’d better instead open your mouth and talk! I’m here for that now. What is really going on with you? What am I gonna do with you? I can’t ground you or chain you to a wall. There’s the door. You want to go after that poor Oliver kid? Go ahead. But if you want to stay, if you want to be a part of this family, you are NOT going to go anywhere, you’re not gonna see anyone or talk to anyone unless Kristen and I say it’s okay. That’s the deal. Take it or leave it.

Marissa: I love you.
Ryan: Thank you.
Marissa: You’re welcome?

Taylor: Why couldn’t you just have had faith in us?
Ryan: I don’t know. I guess maybe I thought we were too different.
Taylor: Maybe you were right.
Ryan: No, no, I wasn’t. And I realize now that how we feel is much more important than what we have to talk about.
Taylor: And how do you feel?
Ryan: I…
Taylor: That stuffed animal you bought me is much more expressive, Ryan. Henri-Michel is reading a poem that he wrote for me at the bookstore tonight. It’s a love poem, Ryan, and It’s long.

Kirsten: We’ve all talked about it. And we want to be your legal guardians. We want you to be part of the family. If you want to be.
Ryan: What if it doesn’t work?
Kirsten:Well how do you mean?
Ryan: Well what if something happens and you guys change your mind?
Sandy: Like what? You steal a car? You burn down a house? You beat up the captain of the water polo team? Those ships have sailed, my friend.

Kirsten:: Don’t you say a word, I let you into this house.
Ryan: Yeah you did, because my own mom couldn’t take care of me. Because she wouldn’t get help even though I asked her to. I don’t want to see that happen again to someone I love.

Kirsten: We’ve all talked about it. And we want to be your legal guardians. We want you to be part of the family. If you want to be.
Ryan: What if it doesn’t work?
Kirsten:Well how do you mean?
Ryan: Well what if something happens and you guys change your mind?
Sandy: Like what? You steal a car? You burn down a house? You beat up the captain of the water polo team? Those ships have sailed, my friend.

Sandy: I’ve never heard you talk so much.
Ryan: I like to save it for when it counts.
Sandy: Good. So I heard about what happened with your test today. Or what didn’t happen. You’re suddenly not so talkative. Look I get it. Marissa needed help, you were worried about her. Believe me, I understand. I’m worried about you.
Ryan: I know. I’m okay with going to public school. It’d be a hell of a lot better than where I went.
Sandy: Go to Dr. Kim and explain yourself.
Ryan: I don’t think she wants to hear from me. Ever again.
Sandy: You’re afraid of her. You, who went toe-to-toe with Julie Cooper, the Dragon Lady. You can take Dr. Kim. Talk to her. If there’s a problem, you’ll have your attorney present. I got your back.

Ryan: Marissa, this event is important. And… on a yacht. And whenever I go to one of these things somebody gets into a fight.

Steven Hyde (That ’70s Show): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Hyde is a man of few words. When he explains something, he’s brief, expressing what he wants to say concisely. He’s very good at analyzing situations and his friends will often talk to him when they’re having a problem, because he can assess them for what they are. If something doesn’t make sense to Hyde, it’s disregarded. He is a conspiracy theorist who rebels against authority, the government, organized religion, and most social constructions. He has a tendency to go on rants about these systems, particularly in “the circle.” When Hyde critiques these systems, it is evident that he’s actually done his homework on the issues and has taken in a significant amount of information in order to make an informed decision. Hyde is quite logical and usually catches on to things fairly quickly, but lacks the ambition and drive to use his brain for anything constructive. Hyde dislikes the idea of being a responsible adult, and, even though he has potential, prefers his carefree stoner lifestyle. He’s intelligent, with a quick wit that typically manifests in the form of sarcasm and insult-based humor. Common sense comes naturally to Hyde, who often makes fun of his friends for missing the obvious (particularly Kelso). Hyde is highly independent and rarely relies on other people for anything, likely a result of being abandoned by both of his parents at a young age. When Hyde reaches his own logical conclusions, he doesn’t feel the need to discuss it with anyone else. He trusts his own mind and doesn’t ask for anybody’s input.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: When Hyde sees Jackie comforting Kelso on Donna’s couch, his Ti immediately comes to the most “rational” conclusion: Jackie is cheating on him. And what does he do? He makes an impulsive decision and sleeps with the nurse who was hitting on him at the convention, which he ends up regretting when he realizes he completely misinterpreted the situation. Hyde enjoys living in the moment. If he’s bored, he’ll go out and steal something for fun. He likes the risk of getting caught and enjoys a certain level of danger. Hyde doesn’t worry about the future. He’s happy to just take life as it comes and not make any long-term plans. When Hyde wants to manipulate someone, his Se, Ni, and Fe team up in order to produce the outcome he desires, typically for his own amusement. Hyde has a tendency to be physical, and often directs a lot of his aggression towards Kelso by chasing him, smacking him, or punching him when he says or does something stupid.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Hyde takes advantage of opportunities presented by his environment and uses his Ni to steer things in the direction he wants. He’s good at manipulating situations to produce outcomes that will entertain him. Hyde isn’t really concerned about the future and doesn’t bother planning for it, but he does see how things are connected and understands that doing this will cause that. He can see the implications of moves that the government makes and often talks about what will happen in the distant future. When Hyde utilizes his Ni, it is often on a speculative or theoretical basis. He isn’t goal-oriented and doesn’t have a long-term vision, but he does see where things might go.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe] One of Jackie’s primary frustrations in her relationship with Hyde is his inability to reassure her of his feelings. He primarily utilizes his inferior function to mess with his friends. He can give them poor advice that he knows will lead to disaster in order to watch the chaos he creates. Messing with other people’s lives is entertaining for him, and he is quick to seize opportunities to amuse himself (Se-Fe), particularly if it’s at the expense of one of his friends. While he does enjoy messing with his friends, he can, at times, offer good advice and help them with their problems. When Red and Kitty are having money problems, Hyde gives them the money he saved from his job at the Fotohut. He takes Jackie to the prom when Kelso goes with Pam Macy and even buys her a corsage, despite his dislike for her at that point in time. When a cop catches Jackie with a paper bag filled with pot, Hyde takes the blame to keep her out of trouble. When the guy Jackie’s seeing calls her a bitch, Hyde instinctively punches him (Se-Fe). He also cares a great deal about Kitty and Red, and is evidently grateful to them for taking him in. It is rare for Hyde to actually express emotion, though. It’s difficult for him to tell Jackie that he cheated on her and it’s clear that he doesn’t want to hurt her. He helps Fez when the jocks bully him and tells him to “come get him” if they pull anything like that again.

Enneagram: 9w8 Sp/Sx


Hyde: While I respect the Judeo-Christian ethic, as well as the eastern philosophies and, of course, the teachings of Mohammed, I find that organized religion has corrupted those beliefs to justify countless atrocities throughout history. Were I to attend church, I’d be a hypocrite.

Eric: The Feds wouldn’t park a car right outside my house
Hyde: Everything you think the Government aren’t doing, they are doing, the only thing they didn’t do was land man on the moon, Spielberg shot the whole thing in a Hollywood movie set, that’s how he got the job for Jaws!

Hyde: Mrs. Forman, college isn’t for me. I do my learning on the streets.
Red: Steven you’re a smart kid. If you apply yourself, you can go to college too
Hyde: You don’t trust me alone in the house?
Red: See how smart you are.

Hyde: So, big party?
Donna: [sarcastically] Whoopee
Hyde: I can’t believe Forman missed all those signals
Donna: What signals?
Hyde: [in a girly voice] Oh poor me, all alone in my big house, just me in my nightie, if only some scrawny little neighbor boy would come over.
Donna: He’s not scrawny. Why am I even talking to you about this?
Hyde: Because I’m all you’ve got
Donna: [lying down on the couch, embarrassed] So everyone knows! All I wanted was some time alone with him
Hyde: And how does that make you feel?
Donna: Frustrated, it’s frustrating as hell.
Hyde: Do you have trouble sleeping at night?
Donna: Yeah, sometimes.
Hyde: Do you think you’d sleep easier if you had a scrawny little neighbour boy next to you?

Hyde: Eric, I’ve been thinking about your problem with Donna. After hours of careful consideration, it still makes me laugh.

Hyde: There’s no such thing as gas shortage man, its all set up by the government, everything’s controlled by the oil companies like I heard about this guy who invented a car that runs on water man, its fiber glass, air cooled and it runs on water!

Fez: What is Punk, anyways?
Hyde: Punk is the nihilistic outcry against the corporate rock and roll takeover. It’s the soundtrack to the revolution, man.

Hyde: I can’t talk to cops, man. I go insane with rage.

Kelso: See now, Fez, that’s not honest. I mean, we all know you’re small in the pants. What I’m saying is, is from here on in, I’m only telling the truth. In fact, I’m gonna come clean to Jackie about everything.
Fez: Fine. You want honesty? I’ll give you honesty. We are all small in the pants.
Hyde: [in serious voice] Kelso, this might be your best idea ever. You know what? You should make a list of all the lies you’ve ever told to Jackie, and I’ll help you. ‘Cause all’s I really want is for you to be happy.
[Hyde smiles slyly]

Kelso: Okay, Jackie. There are some things I haven’t been honest about that I feel like you should know.
Jackie: Okay.
[Jackie looks at Hyde and Fez]
Jackie: Why are they here?
Kelso: Well, Hyde helpfully pointed out that it’s not really honesty unless your friends are allowed to watch.
[Hyde smiles]

Hyde: Hey, what do I need Jackie for, man? I know more about this stuff than she does. The three true branches of the government are military, corporate and Hollywood.

Hyde: We hold information that could crush the very heart and soul of one of our best friends. I live for days like this!

Hyde: School spirit is for losers, man. You’re just like, floating along on a conveyor belt of conformity… like, pep-rallies, extra curricular activities… washing you hair…

Emma Swan (Once Upon a Time): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Organizing her external world isn’t important to Emma. She doesn’t have any desire to lead or be in charge. She just wants things to make logical sense. Emma questions things, and though she does act well in the moment, she tries to gather information and ask questions before she jumps into anything. Emma needs time to process and think about things before she can have a discussion. She is very rational and she knows how to put her feelings aside to do what needs to be done, even if that means sacrificing someone she loves. Because she is so independent, Emma doesn’t usually ask other people for help, typically opting to rely on her own logic. When discussing problems and their possible solutions, she can appear detached from the issue.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Emma isn’t focused on the past or the future. Instead, she lives in the moment and seizes opportunities as they arise. After she has analyzed a situation, she is quite good at jumping in and acting based on her observations. From a young age, Emma has mastered the art of taking advantage of what her environment has to offer. She becomes skilled at lying, stealing, and conning, which aid her both as a criminal and in her later career as a bail bondsperson. If there is a problem, Emma is fast to act. She displays a lot of physical dexterity. Emma is an adept fighter and a natural when it comes to handling weaponry, quickly becoming proficient with a sword. She is proven to be skilled at using her physical force against others.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: The hunches that Emma gets about people and their motivations service her Ti and Se in formulating courses of action. Emma’s “superpower” is that she is able to discern when someone is lying. Her gut instincts are very good and she usually has a sense of other people’s motivations. However, she seems to have an internal battle between her Ti and Ni, as her Ti sometimes refuses to accept what her Ni is telling her.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Initially, Emma rejects her role as the savior. She doesn’t want to be responsible for other people’s happiness. Emma usually resists the help of other people and is determined to do things on her own. It’s very difficult for her to open up to people and she doesn’t typically express her emotions. Connecting with people doesn’t come easy for her and she’s extremely guarded. Emma does feel, but verbalizing those feelings is next to impossible for her. Though she’s not great at saying what she feels, she is fiercely protective of the people she loves and will do anything to help them. When people do manage to break down her walls (Henry, Hook, her parents), she can open up to them. Eventually, she is able to tell people that she loves them and open up to them emotionally. She puts other people and their feelings above herself and cares about how her actions will impact them.

Enneagram: Emma has always been a tough one. She exhibits many traits of types 6 and 8. I’d say she’s either 6w7 or 8w7. Her tritype is probably 682/862.


Mary Margaret: You’re just protecting yourself – with that wall you put up.
Emma: Just because I don’t get emotional over men.
Mary Margaret: You don’t get emotional over men? Ah, the floral abuse tells a different story.
Emma: What story is that?
Mary Margaret: The one that’s obvious to everyone except apparently you, that you have feelings for Graham.
Emma: Come on!
Mary Margaret: There’s that wall.
Emma: That’s not a wall.
Mary Margaret: Really?
Emma: There’s nothing wrong with being cautious.
Mary Margaret: Oh, true. True. But Emma, that wall of yours – it may keep out pain; but it also may keep out love.

Emma: There’s nothing wrong with what you did. Trust me. One-nighters is as far as I ever go.

Emma: Not feeling anything’s an attractive option when what you feel sucks.

Emma: No you are if you think a shoddy frame job is enough to scare me off. You’re going to have to do better than that. You come after me one more time I’m coming back for the rest of this tree. Because sister you have no idea what I’m capable of. Your move.

Mary Margaret: Is there anything that you want to ask us? You must have questions.
Emma: : The only questions I have are for Mr. Gold. Why did he double-cross me and what did he do to this town?
Mary Margaret: Uh… sh-shouldn’t we talk about… “it”, first?
Emma: What?
Mary Margaret: Us? Your life? Everything?
Emma: Can we do “everything” maybe later, like, with a glass of wine… and several… bottles?
David: I know it’s a lot to take in, for all of us.
Mary Margaret: And we don’t want to push, but we’ve waited for this moment for so long.
Emma: Yes, so have I! I’ve thought about this moment my entire life. I’ve imagined who you might be. But of all the scenarios that I concocted, my parents being… I-I just need a little time, that’s… that’s all.

Emma: People are gonna tell you who you are your whole life. You just gotta punch back and say, “No, this is who I am”. You want people to look at you differently? Make them! You want to change things, you’re gonna have to go out there and change them yourself, because there are no fairy godmothers in this world.

Emma: I’m, uh… sorry I torched our ride home. I couldn’t let her get to Henry. I just…
Mary Margaret: You had to put Henry first.
Emma: I was angry at you for so long… wondering how you could choose to let me grow up without you. But then, just seeing all this… You gave up everything for me. And you’re still doing that. I’m sorry, I’m not good at this. I… I guess I just… I’m not, I’m not used to someone putting me first.
Mary Margaret: Oh… Well, get used to it.

Lancelot: Take my bravest warrior with you. Allow Mulan to defend you.
Emma: We can defend ourselves.
Mary Margaret: Deal. Thank you, Lancelot, for always looking out for me.

August: You don’t wanna believe. After everything you’ve seen, why can’t you just do it?
Emma: Why is it so important to you that I do?
August: Because I, the town, everyone, needs you!
Emma: I don’t want them to need me!
August: Well, that’s too bad, because we all do.
Emma: You’re saying that I am responsible for everyone’s happiness? That is crap! I didn’t ask for that! I don’t want it!

Henry: I was hoping that when I brought you back, things would change here. That the final battle would begin.
Emma: I’m not fighting any battles, kid.
Henry: Yes, you are. You’re here because it’s your destiny. You’re gonna bring back the happy endings.
Emma: Can you cut it with the book crap?
Henry: You don’t have to be hostile. I know you like me, I can tell. You’re just… pushing me away because I make you feel guilty. It’s OK. I know why you gave me away. You wanted to give me my best chance.
Emma: How do you know that?
Henry: It’s the same reason Snow White gave you away.
Emma: Listen to me, kid: I am not in any book. I’m a real person. And I’m no savior. You were right about one thing, though. I wanted you to have your best chance. But it’s not with me.

Emma: Just because you believe something doesn’t make it true.
Henry: That’s exactly what makes it true. You should know more than anyone.

Emma: Who’s Milah, on the tattoo?
Hook: Someone from long ago.
Emma: Where is she?
Hook: She’s gone.
Emma: Gold… Rumplestiltskin. He took more than your hand from you, didn’t he? That’s why you want to kill him.
Hook: For someone who’s never been in love, you’re quite perceptive, aren’t you?
Emma: Maybe I was, once.

Emma: It’s me. I’m going, and I’m not gonna fail.
Mary Margaret: You’re new here.
Emma: It’s about getting back to Henry. I don’t care what I have to face. – You’re not gonna argue with me?
Mary Margaret: Would it do any good?
Emma: No.

Robin Scherbatsky (How I Met Your Mother): ISTP

Dominant Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Ted’s greatest frustration with Robin is how closed off she is emotionally. She’s a rational person and dislikes when her relationships get too serious. Robin is extremely skeptical and can come up with a logical explanation for everything. She utilizes her Ti in her sense of humor, which is sarcastic and tends to point out other people’s errors in logic and inconsistency. Robin is brutally honest and can deliver harsh truths, though she usually does so in humorous ways.

Auxiliary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Robin is a doer. She gets a thrill out of engaging with the physical world. She loves guns, sports, and traveling. Robin has mastered the art of living in the moment. She doesn’t get hung up on the past, or get worked up thinking about the future. Robin is good at seizing opportunities as they present themselves. The idea of new experiences excites her and she doesn’t hesitate to dive into the unknown.

Tertiary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Robin has a clear picture of what she wants her life to be. She wants to be a reporter and visit new places. Children are not part of her plan. Sometimes, she gets hunches about what’s really going on in a situation and these hunches often prove to be valid. Robin will put up with undesirable circumstances (like anchoring the news at 4 in the morning), because she knows it’s a step towards advancing her career and opening herself up to new opportunities.

Inferior Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: “I really don’t like feelings.” This quote just about sums Robin up. Sometimes, when people are kind and considerate to her, she assumes the worst, like when Barney became more sweet and thoughtful with her, and she instantly came to the conclusion that he must be cheating on her. She doesn’t typically act on her feelings and is good at counseling her friends when they’re about to make foolish decisions based solely on their emotions. Robin’s hard exterior makes it difficult for her to let people in. Because Robin refuses to be emotional, when she finally does acknowledge her feelings, she has been known to do so in the form of a major meltdown.

Enneagram: 7w8 Sp/Sx


Robin: The future is scary, but you can’t just run back to the past because it’s familiar. Yes, it’s tempting, but it’s a mistake.

Robin Scherbatsky: Okay but, if relationships are like a freeway, then saying “mm hmm hmm” is like, getting into the carpool lane. And, I don’t want to take an exit but at the same time I’m not ready to get into the carpool lane. Because what’s in the carpool lane? Oh, it’s a big diamond!

Robin Scherbatsky: I can’t believe I’m talking to a therapist. Well, ususally I’m not the touchy-feely, talk-about-your-emotions type. But with this… I just had to be a big enough person to admit that I need help. Huh. I guess this is what growing up feels like.
Kevin: This is *court*-mandated therapy. You assaulted a woman.

Robin Scherbatsky: There are plenty of legitimate reasons to get in a fight. It might not be pretty, but in certain situations you gotta do what you gotta do.
Ted Mosby: Right, I forgot, she thinks fighting is sexy.

Robin Scherbatsky: So kids, I settled in for Christmas alone. I appreciated that Ted wanted to cheer me up, but honestly, it wasn’t necessary. So I can’t have kids. Big deal, this way, there’s no one to hold me back in life, no one to keep me from traveling when I wanna travel, no one getting in the way of my career. If you wanna know the truth of it, I’m glad you guys aren’t real. Real glad.

Robin Scherbatsky: A marriage has to be built on honesty and trust and all of that Lily-and-Marshall crap.

Robin Scherbatsky: Dear Marshall: I do not like that stupid hat. I want to beat it with a bat. Or maybe stab it with a fork. It makes you look like such a dork.

Robin Scherbatsky: Dear Ted: It’s “encyclopedia”, not “encyclopaedia”. You always pronounce things in the most pretentious way possible, and it makes you sound douchy, and not “douchay”.

Robin Scherbatsky: What would be the point in telling you that I want to live in Argentina? You don’t want to live there.
Ted Mosby: I could want to live in Argentina.
Robin Scherbatsky: No, you couldn’t. I mean, you life is here and your career. I’m a journalist, my career could take me anywhere, and I hope it does.

Robin Scherbatsky: Hey look, as the only one here packin a vag I got a natural instinct for nurturing and crap like that plus I could teach him how to bow hunt!

Robin Scherbatsky:Sometimes in life you have to be assertive and stand up for yourself.

Robin Scherbatsky: [What she would tell Marvin if Marshall and Lily died] Alright, kid. Here’s the deal with the deal: Your Mom and Dad are done, ski bellyflopped off a subway platform. Mom; busted open like a Piñata. What was left of your Dad hung around for a few days. Anyway, plugs pulled, organs donated, long story short, I’m your new mummy now.