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

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

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

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

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

Enneagram: 2w3 7w6 8w7 So/Sx

Catelyn Stark (Game of Thrones): ISFJ

Dominant Introverted Sensing [Si]: The past constantly influences Catelyn in the present. It’s difficult for her to let go, and she takes out her frustrations about Ned impregnating another woman while at war on Jon, who is clearly not to blame. However, he is a constant reminder of her husband’s infidelity, and she is unable to show him a shred of decency or kindness. Her ties to her past are so strong, that even after spending years in the North, she has a hard time truly feeling like a Northerner, because it isn’t where she was raised, though being a Stark instills her with a strong sense of pride and duty. Her roots and her background are very important to her and shape who she is. Catelyn is very good at noticing past behaviors and using them to come to conclusions. Bran always looks at his feet before he lies. Catelyn adheres to the values and traditions of her people, and she takes her role as a Lady and as a mother very seriously. Catelyn’s past experiences shape every decision she makes. She makes decisions about who to ask for help and who to trust based on her previous interactions with them. She’ll speak with Lord Walder alone. She’s known him since she was a child, he would never hurt her! Ned leaving with Robert in the present brings up her painful feelings from the past, because the last time he did that, he returned with a bastard. Catelyn is mindful of details and cautious. When in her right mind and not overcome with emotion, she is able to take the right precautions in order to do what is necessary in any given situation. When Catelyn believes that Tyrion is guilty of attempting to have Bran killed, she uses the past and a sense of house loyalty in order to convince the men around her to restrain him and bring him in to answer for his crimes when she happens upon him on the road. She fears that if Robb loses the war, her family will receive the same fate as the Targaryen children.
If Tywin had them all slaughtered once, he’d undoubtedly do so again!

Auxiliary Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Catelyn is very open with her feelings and acts on them regularly, which often gets her into trouble. Her family is very important to her and there is nothing she won’t do to keep them safe. Catelyn is typically warm and friendly, and tries to make Cersei feel comfortable while visiting the Starks in the north. She attempts to relate to her by reminiscing about how scared she was when Ned brought her to the north for the first time, and imagines Cersei must find it rather grim compared to King’s Landing, in an effort to put her at ease and establish some common ground. However, when provoked, she can become vicious, protective, and fierce, which is evidenced after she comes to believe that the Lannisters were responsible for Bran’s fall from the window. She refuses to leave Bran’s bedside, even though there’s nothing she can do because he needs her and she has to be there for him! In addition to playing upon loyalty when she attempts to have the men around her capture Tyrion, she also flatters their houses in an effort to have the men seize him and bring him to justice.

Tertiary Introverted Thinking [Ti]: Although she can’t help but treat him poorly due to the circumstances, Catelyn knows it’s irrational to hate Jon for something that wasn’t his fault. She shouldn’t blame him for being born. It was Ned’s indiscretion. Because Catelyn is ruled by her emotions and her love for her family, she can sometimes struggle to do what is logical or necessary in her moments of grief and despair. None of that matters while she’s got a child fighting for his life and a husband who’s leaving home! Catelyn sometimes doesn’t think things all the way through and she can become so consumed by her emotions that she doesn’t fully see reason. If Tyrion had sent the assassin, would he really be foolish enough to arm the man with his own personal dagger? She is able to think strategically, knowing that their best tactic is to win the war is by defeating the opposing army in the field.

Inferior Extroverted Intuition [Ne]: Because of her attention to detail, Catelyn searches the room where Bran fell from, and comes upon a long, blonde hair, which leads her to the correct conclusion that people had been in there at the time of Bran’s accident, causing her to believe that he was pushed. She astutely assumes that Bran witnessed something he wasn’t meant to see. However, she understandably believes that Bran being pushed and the assassin sent to kill him were both staged by the Lannisters without considering that the incidents were separate. Before even reading Sansa’s letter, she is immediately able to deduce that the words in it were Cersei’s, not her daughter’s. Catelyn is able to figure out what’s really going on around her, though, her inferior function typically causes her distress, because she tends to imagine all of the ways something can go wrong. The last time Ned left Winterfell with Robert, he came back with another woman’s son!

Enneagram: 2w1 6w5 1w2 Sp/So

Hercules (Hercules): ESFP

Dominant Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Hercules always wants to leap right into things and engage. However, he doesn’t have control over his strength, and typically ends up causing damage to his environment as a result of this desire. Hercules doesn’t hesitate to leap into new situations without taking the time to properly assess what he’s up against. He tends to act before thinking things through and doesn’t usually take the time to think about how the situations he gets himself into will unfold. He just wants to dive in and take action! “I am ready. I want to get off this island. I want to see battles and monsters. Rescue some damsels. You know, heroic stuff.” Hercules enjoys his status and the attention he receives once he begins to gain fame for his heroism.

Auxiliary Introverted Feeling [Fi]: Figuring out where he belongs is very important to Hercules. He is very aware of his inability to “fit in” on Earth and wants to understand who he is and where he comes from in the hope that it might help him to discover where he’s meant to be in the world. While Hercules does care very deeply for others, he initially begins his heroics as a way to prove himself in order to become a God. He doesn’t do it to defend mortals. He just wants to earn his place on Mount Olympus to get to where he’s supposed to be. When he hears about the kids who were trapped, he’s excited about it, not concerned, because he sees his shot and he intends to take it. Hercules is often caught up in his own feelings and can fail to sense the emotions and true motives of those around him. He’s willing to make a deal with Hades that will keep Meg safe, but will result in many innocent people being hurt because he loves Meg.

Tertiary Extroverted Thinking [Te]: When Phil tells Hercules to “use his head,” Hercules takes this literally, and headbutts Nessus to deal with the problem. Hercules isn’t exactly a creative thinker, and tends to approach problems in the most direct and simple way possible. When he makes the decision to do whatever it takes to get back to Mount Olympus to be with his parents and all the other gods, Hercules is very pragmatic in his approach. He needs to do something heroic, and he does, on very large scales. He defends humanity and protects it, because that is the logical way to become a hero and earn his status as a god, but no matter how much good he does, he still isn’t granted permission to return to Mount Olympus. It isn’t until he is willing to sacrifice his own life in order to save Meg that he gets the hero’s welcome he had been dreaming of. It’s easier for Hercules to discuss his thoughts and plans aloud than it is for him to verbalize his feelings.

Inferior Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Hercules knows that he’s meant to be somewhere else… he just doesn’t know where or why he feels that way so strongly. He has a very specific vision (“Go the Distance” is an explosion of Fi and Ni)”. He can see the welcome he will receive and how the crowd will cheer, and is certain that if he can go the distance, he will have everything he’s ever hoped for. He doesn’t care how long it takes and is determined to see his quest through. While Hercules is able to picture a future where he is happy and content and believes he will get there, he has a hard time figuring out how and makes several mistakes along the way, often as a result of failing to envision how events might play out before jumping in.

Enneagram: 2w3 7w8 8w9 So/Sx

Note: It was a very tough call between 3w2 and 2w3, but I think he leans slightly more 2 than 3.

Molly Weasley (Harry Potter): ESFJ

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

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

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

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

Enneagram: 2w1 6w5 1w2 Sp/So

Kate Pearson (This Is Us): ESFJ

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

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

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

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

Enneagram: 2w3 6w7 1w2 Sx/So

Regina Mills/The Evil Queen (Once Upon a Time): ENFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Regina doesn’t cast the curse for control – she does it because she wants to see everybody suffering. She wants to revel in watching everybody from the Enchanted Forest be cut off from their loved ones and miserable. Seeing Snow and Charming separated from one another is tremendously satisfying for her. Prior to Snow White’s betrayal, Regina was kind, selfless, and good. She immediately springs into action to save a young Snow White when she loses control of her horse. However, losing her true love caused her to seek vengeance and she can’t be happy until she destroys everybody’s happiness. Once she begins to rehabilitate herself, she is capable of generosity, love, and sacrifice. When Marion returns, she is willing to step aside to let Robin be with her again. Then, after Robin chooses Regina, she makes another sacrificial move when the ice curse resurfaces in Marian, and Regina tells Robin he has to leave town with her (an act that will never allow them to return). She’s again wiling to lay down her life to save Storybrooke from being destroyed. Regina can easily fake her feelings and manipulate those around her. For years after Snow White got Daniel killed, she played the part of the loving stepmother, even though she despised Snow. Regina began studying the dark arts because she thought she could use magic to bring Daniel back. She struggles in the beginning, though. Regina is opposed to killing a unicorn and doesn’t show up for her lesson because she doesn’t want her future to be so dark. Regina was forced into a loveless marriage by her mother, who is only concerned with power. Regina wants love and being forced to wed someone she doesn’t care for is very difficult for her to deal with. Regina doesn’t initially try to rule as the Evil Queen… she wants them to like her. Regina tries to gain favor with the villagers by convincing them that she’s the one who loves them, not Snow White. However, Regina eventually comes to the realization that the people will never love her. They’ll only ever fear her, and so she embraces this and becomes the Evil Queen in order to punish her kingdom for not accepting her. Regina tries to ruin the budding relationship between Emma and Henry by having Emma come by to talk when she knew Henry would be arriving shortly. She manipulated Emma into calling Henry’s fairytale fixation “crazy” so Henry would overhear. She knew that this would make him very upset with Emma and hoped that this would keep him from wanting to see her. She manipulates the Genie and plays on his feelings for her. Regina confides in him that she acquired Agrabahn vipers to bite her so she can escape her loveless marriage by dying, allowing her suffering to end once and for all…

Auxiliary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: … but the Genie suggests using them against the King instead, so Regina can live. When the Genie carries out the mission, Regina informs him that the vipers have been found and the Genie is being blamed for the Leopold’s murder. Regina knew that if she could get the Genie to fall for her, she could manipulate him by telling him about her “plan” and she was certain that he would offer to kill the king in her place. She even used Agrabahn vipers to do it, so they would be traced back to the Genie’s homeland, thus implicating him and not Regina. She knows how to play on people’s feelings and is good at nudging people to do her bidding in a way that makes it seem like their idea instead of hers. She knows how to maneuver people like game pieces. For a long time, Regina’s only concern is seeking revenge on Snow White. Everything she does is part of her plan to ruin Snow’s life, the way Snow ruined hers. She doesn’t care what it takes or how long it takes. She kills her own father because the curse she plans to cast requires her to kill the thing she loves most. She stops at nothing to make her vision a reality, because she convinces herself that vengeance is the only way she’ll get her happy ending (Fe-Ni). Regina is extremely good at predicting what moves her opponent will make and striking preemptively. Regina thinks in the long-term and isn’t satisfied to just kill Snow White. That would just turn her into a martyr for the people to adore. She would much prefer to turn the people against her, which will allow them to see that Regina should be their queen, not Snow. Regina always knows exactly what she needs to do in order to get what she wants, and she always has backup plans. She keeps David and Mary Margaret apart by keeping David in the coma. When Mary Margaret manages to wake him up, she inserts false memories of his “marriage” to Kathryn. When David can’t stay away from Mary Margaret and begins seeing her behind Kathryn’s back, she has Kathryn kidnapped and makes it look as though she’d been murdered. Then, Regina frames Mary Margaret for the crime, separating her from David once again when Mary Margaret is imprisoned for the murder. Regina has very good intuition, which often leads her to accurate assumptions, even though there hasn’t been any real physical evidence of her claims, such as her immediately sensing Graham’s attraction to Emma. She also realizes that her mother used magic to make Snow’s horse behave wildly, knowing that Regina would step in to save her, thus gaining the affection of the king.

Tertiary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Sometimes, Regina can be reckless and impulsive. When Regina suspects that her mother is trying to interfere in her life to encourage Regina to have a child just so Cora can have an heir (which she would then use to seize Regina’s power), Regina handles the perceived threat by swallowing a potion that rendered her barren. Although Cora cautions her against doing this, Regina does it anyway, because the pain it will cause Cora is “worth it” (Fe-Se). She is often quick to kill, ripping out hearts like weeds in a garden. She doesn’t bat an eye at slaughtering entire villages of people. When she happens upon a wedding that didn’t receive official permission for the ceremony, she rips out the groom’s heart because it is the anniversary of Daniel’s death and if she can’t have her happy ending, why should anyone else (Fe-Se)? Regina is usually good at improvising in the moment, and is able to modify her plans as she goes along. She enjoys her status, her power, and has an appreciation for the finer things in life. She had a fondness for riding horses (and was criticized for not riding like a “lady” by her mother). Regina is opportunistic and uses what is available to her to achieve her goals. She needs the satchel from inside the Blind Witch’s home – so she kidnaps the woodcutter and tells his children that she’ll help them find their father if they retrieve it for her.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: When Regina is younger, it is difficult for her to put her feelings aside. She doesn’t understand her mother’s wickedness and is incapable of being so detached. Regina doesn’t care about what’s logical or what puts her in the best position politically. She just want to be happy and in love. Once she begins to embrace her dark side, Regina becomes quite good at finding the most rational resolution to her problems. She can analyze most situations with ease, which allows her to pinpoint solutions, which are often creative. Regina often uses her various observations to terrorize the people around her. She’s good at noticing logical flaws and using them to her advantage in arguments (“I will not listen to childcare lectures from a man who put his daughter in a box and shipped her to Maine.”)

Note: Deciding between ENTJ and ENFJ for Regina is difficult. I could probably construct a valid argument for ENTJ, and it’s absolutely possible that I could change my mind on this down the road. If you strictly look at her behavior after becoming the Evil Queen, it’s easy to write her off as an ENTJ. I think enneagram plays a big part in this. She’s a 2, who spends a lot of time disintegrating to 8. I fully get the ENTJ arguments. She only tries to be good for Henry’s sake… because she cares about him and doesn’t want him to see her as “evil.” That sounds pretty Fi to me. She only throws herself into learning dark magic to bring Daniel back. She doesn’t learn for the sake of knowledge, she wants to put it to practical use, which is definitely associated with Te. However, if you look at her from before she gave into her darker urges, there was no trace of Te there. Bleh. I could have this argument with myself all day, and the ENFJ/ENTJ decision was one of the toughest I’ve had to make for a character. For now, I’m standing by ENFJ, but I reserve the right to switch positions on this in the future. I’ll have to watch again at some point and see if my decision holds up.

Enneagram: 2w3 6w5 8w9 So/Sx


Evil Queen: Oh, I haven’t come here to ruin anything. On the contrary, dear, I’ve come to give you a gift.
Snow White: We want nothing from you.
Evil Queen: But you shall have it! My gift to you is this happy, happy day. But tomorrow, my real work begins. You’ve made your vows, now I make mine. Soon, everything you love, everything all of you love, will be taken from you. Forever. And out of your suffering, will rise my victory. I shall destroy your happiness, if it is the last thing I do.

Evil Queen: Oh, don’t worry dear. In a few moments, you won’t remember you knew him, let alone loved him.
Snow White: Why did you do this?
Evil Queen: Because this is my happy ending.
Evil Queen: The child?
Guard: Gone. It was in the wardrobe, and then it was gone. It’s nowhere to be found.
Evil Queen: Where is she?
Snow White: She got away… You’re going to lose. I know that now. Good will always win.
Evil Queen: We’ll see about that.
Snow White: Where are we going?
Evil Queen: Somewhere horrible. Absolutely horrible. A place where the only happy ending will be mine.

Evil Queen: The only comfort for me is Snow White’s suffering.

Evil Queen: Love is weakness, Maleficent. I thought you knew that?
Maleficent: If you’re going to kill me, kill me!
Evil Queen: Why would I do that? You’re my only friend.

Evil Queen: Who among us is tired of losing? That’s why I called you here. To put an end to our misery. Today, we claim victory and move to a new, better realm. A place where we can finally win.
Blind Witch: And we’ll be happy?
Evil Queen: I guarantee it. But first, I need something from you. A lock of hair from those with the darkest souls. You must trust me. Because if you don’t, there are other ways.

Evil Queen: I’m not sure I should say. I’m conflicted.
Henry I: How bad is it? Maybe I can help.
Evil Queen: I have to cut out the heart of the thing I love most.
Henry I: Me?
Evil Queen: Daddy, I don’t know what to do.
Henry I: My dear, please. You don’t have to do this.
Evil Queen: I have to do something.
Henry I: Then move past this. I know this may sound self-serving, but you don’t need to enact the curse.
Evil Queen: But I can’t keep living like this. What Snow did to me, what she took from me? It’s eating me alive, Daddy. Her very existence mocks me. She must be punished.
Henry I: But, if the price is a hole that will never be filled, why do it? Stop worrying about Snow White and start over. We can have a new life.
Evil Queen: But what kind of life? All I’ve worked for, all I’ve built, would be gone. My power will disappear. They already think I’m nothing.
Henry I: Power is seductive. But so is love. You can have that again.
Evil Queen: I just want to be happy.
Henry I: You can be. Of this I’m sure. But I believe, given the chance, we can find happiness. Together. But the choice is yours.
Evil Queen: I think you’re right. I can be happy… Just not here.
[The Evil Queen kills her father.]
Evil Queen: I’m sorry…

Snow White: Goodbye, father.
Evil Queen: I’m so sorry, Snow.
Snow White: I loved him so much.
Evil Queen: So did I. The loss I feel for my husband must be nothing compared to the loss you feel for your father. (Snow sobs.) If there is anything I can do, please let me know. I may only be your mother trough marriage, but I’m here for you dear. Truly and forever.

Tinker Bell: Why did you lie?! Because I’ve been over it a million times, and that spell worked! You never went in. It’s the only explanation. Why couldn’t you just go through that door and meet your soul mate?! Was being happy such a terrible fate?
Regina: Yes. Yes, it was. You’re right. I never went in. I was afraid. I didn’t… You said I could let go of the anger that was weighing me down. And suddenly, it feel like without it, I would just… float away. That anger was all I had. What would I be without it?
Tinker Bell: Happy.
Regina: Weak.
Tinker Bell: And look what good it did you. That “strength” you gained, ’cause I’m holding your heart in my hand, and I’m not hearing one reason not to squeeze it into ash.
All right, you want a reason? Here you go. You think I was afraid? You think I did the wrong thing? Well, fairy, right now you’re making the same choice. I picked revenge over hope, and you’re holding the result. A small, hard, dark heart. If you make the same choice I did, then what you’re looking at is your own future.

Regina: I’m saying we can’t just send Marion into an unknown world. Someone has to go with her – you and Roland. And once you do go… you can never come back.

Regina: Maybe you should be less concerned with hats, and more concerned with taking care of my son.
David: Oh, because you took such great care of him.
Regina: I will not listen to childcare lectures from a man who put his daughter in a box and shipped her to Maine.

Regina: Daddy, you don’t know what Mother’s doing to me. It’s like she’s turning me into her. I have to get away.
Henry: Get away? But tomorrow’s the wedding, child.
Regina: I don’t want to marry the king. I’ve told you that.
Henry: Are you certain it isn’t just cold feet?
Regina: Daddy, this is not cold feet. This, this is… this is insanity! I’m angry all the time. She’s making me crazy.
Henry: She wants to give you everything she never got for herself.
Regina: I don’t want her life! I want a life of my own.

Regina: You know what else isn’t in your best interest? Having everyone know the Enchanted Forest still exists. Knowing that you and I are keeping that little secret. You’re up to something. And it doesn’t involve going back home.

Evil Queen: You carry very little.
Belle: I don’t want to be slowed down.
Evil Queen: Mm. You’re running from someone. The question is, master or lover? Oh. Master and lover.
Belle: I might take a rest. You—you go on ahead.
Evil Queen: So, if I’m right, you love your employer, but you’re leaving him.
Belle: I might love him. I mean, I could, except… something evil has taken root in him.
Evil Queen: Sounds like a curse to me, and all curses can be broken. A kiss born of true love would do it. (Belle stops. The Queen laughs and they continue walking.) Oh, child, no. I would never suggest a young woman to kiss a man who held her captive. What kind of message is that?
Belle: Right.
Evil Queen: Besides, if he loves you, he would’ve let you go. And if he doesn’t love you, well then, the kiss won’t even.
Belle: Well, he did let me go.
Evil Queen: Yes, but no kiss happened.
Belle: And a kiss—a kiss is enough? He’d be a man again?
Evil Queen: An ordinary man. True love’s kiss will break any curse.

Regina: You knew the King was travelling through our land, didn’t you? That steed with Snow on it… didn’t go wild on its own. Did it?
Cora:: I have no idea what you’re saying.
[Regina just smiles knowingly and walks off]
Regina: [under her breath] I should’ve let her die on that horse!

Regina: The trial starts tomorrow, and it won’t be a long one. And you’ll be sent out of Storybrooke for good, and I will never have to see you again. Oh, I want to enjoy this while I still can.

Regina: What good’s a new life if you don’t have anyone to share it with?

Regina: You can have all the friends you want come over anytime, and you can show them everything in your book.
Henry Mills: No one’s gonna want to come over here. They’re scared of you.
Regina: You can make them not be scared. You can make them love you.
Henry Mills: I don’t want that. I don’t want to be you.

Regina: I don’t know how to love very well. I wasn’t capable of it for a very long time. But I know, I remember… that if you hold on to someone too hard, that doesn’t make them love you. I’m sorry I lied to you, that I made you feel like I didn’t know who you are. But I want you to be here because you want to be here, not because I forced you. And not because of magic. I want to redeem myself.

[Regina has detected a black spot in Mary Margaret’s heart]
Regina: Once you blacken your heart, it only grows darker… and darker. Trust me, I know.
Mary Margaret: So crush it. Do it! Crush it! Get it over with.
Regina: And put you out of your misery? I don’t need to destroy you, you’re doing it to yourself. And along the way, you’ll bring down that perfect little family you fought so hard to reunite. And then Henry will be mine.
Mary Margaret: [in tears] Please kill me. Please, just kill me.
Regina: You see, I can have everything… [she puts Mary Margaret’s heart back in place] Thanks to you. Now get off my porch!

Neal: Even if we can find Pan, he was powerful before. With Henry’s heart, I-I don’t know if we can hurt him.
Regina: Yes, we can. Look. [she points at the bloody sword in Emma’s hand] You nicked him. If he can bleed, we can hurt him. And if we can hurt him, we can kill him. And we will.

Regina: I could’ve killed her, but I didn’t.
Mr. Gold: Yeah, you did much worse than that. You kept her alive, so you could kill her when it suited you – a fate worse than death.

Regina: A good witch covers her tracks, but a better one can uncover them.

Regina: Slowing the device… It’s going to require all of the strength I have.
Emma: You’re not coming with us, are you? When you said good-bye to Henry, you were… saying good-bye.
Regina: He knows I love him, doesn’t he?
Emma: Regina, no. There has gotta be another way!
Regina: You were right, you know. Everything that’s happening, it’s my fault. I created this device. It’s only fitting that it takes my life.
Emma: What am I supposed to tell Henry?
Regina: Tell him that in the end, it wasn’t too late for me to do the right thing.
Emma: Regina, please…
Regina: Everyone looks at me as the Evil Queen, including my son. Let me die as Regina. [Emma begins to exit, but then turns around for one final plea.]
Emma: Regina— [Regina ignores her, and has already begun slowing the trigger.]

Regina: What are you doing here?
Henry Mills: You were willing to die to save us. That makes you a hero. And now we’re gonna be heroes.

Regina: All this has reminded me of something oh so very important: how grateful I am to have Henry. Because not having someone… well… that’s the worst curse imaginable.

Clara Oswald (Doctor Who): ENFJ

Dominant Extroverted Feeling [Fe]: Clara is very much in tune with the emotions of the people around her, and she has no trouble expressing her own. She is typically friendly and good-natured, but when someone crosses a line, she will tell them exactly how they made her feel. She can admit when she’s hurt or frightened, and she will make it known if she is angry or anxious. However, in certain situations, she will put her own feelings aside in order to keep the peace. She’s angry when the Doctor leaves her behind, but even though she’s mad at him, she stops herself from berating him about it because it was the “wrong thing to say” and they “shouldn’t be having an an argument.” She lies to Danny about continuing to travel with the Doctor because she’s afraid of how he will react. She doesn’t have to spend very much time with Professor Palmer and Emma to realize that they have romantic feelings for one another, and meddles in the situation, asking Emma if she’s aware of the way he feels about her. After their mother dies, Clara remains with the Maitland’s for a year, putting off her travel plans in order to help care for the children. She’s caring, selfless, and giving. When she meets Merry, she is encouraging and supportive, insisting that Merry will get her song right. She is instantly protective of her and genuinely wants to help. Clara craves external validation, particularly from the Doctor. “How did I do? Was I okay?” She wants him to admit it when she does something well because she needs the affirmation. She wants him to be proud of her and cares about whether she impresses him. Clara is warm, encouraging, empathetic, and extremely moral. She cares very much about the safety, happiness, and well-being of other people (or aliens). Clara is very physically affectionate, often hugging the Doctor (even against his will when he regenerates into Twelve, a very firm non-hugger). She often clashes with Twelve because of his tendency to be rude, cold, and indifferent towards people’s feelings. Clara tries to force him to tell Courtney that she’s special, because when he told her she wasn’t it hurt and saying something like that to an impressionable teenager can leave a scar for the rest of her life. You can’t just go around telling children that they aren’t special, even if it’s true! Clara often uses her emotional insights to reason with her adversaries. She uses her understanding of them to bargain. Clara reminds Skaldak of the way he hesitated when she begged him not to kill before, and pleads for him to show the same compassion now. She knows that the Doctor isn’t the Doctor when he begins to “admit” the way he feels about her, and immediately hits him because she knows that even if he did feel those things, he would never, ever say them aloud. She knows how much the Doctor regrets what he did during the Time War, and she can see that he would give anything to change it. It is Clara who convinces him to undo the genocide he carried out all those years ago. Clara can usually tell what the Doctor needs, and realizes that he needs a moment alone after they save Gallifrey. When it’s time for Clara to face the raven, she demands that the Doctor not insult her memory by using her death as an excuse to wage war. She doesn’t want anybody else to die and orders him to stand down. Even though Ashildr is the reason for her death, she does not wish her to be harmed and wants the violence to end with her.

Auxiliary Introverted Intuition [Ni]: Throughout her time with the Doctor, Clara has made many intuitive leaps, that she’s usually believes with complete certainty, and they are often proven to be correct. Clara is quickly able to realize that her connection with the Zygon works both ways. She can control it just as it can control her. She’s positive that it needs her alive, which it does. She also has an appreciation for symbolism and the deeper meaning of things. She understands the significance of the leaf that brought her parents together, and knows that it isn’t just full of history, but an entire future that will never get to happen, and instinctively knows that it will be enough to feed the Old God. However, she sometimes puts so much faith in her hunches that, when she is wrong, the consequences can be disastrous. She is certain that if she takes the chronolock from Rigsy, they will be able to buy more time and figure out how to stop it, because Ashildr promised that Clara was under her personal protection. Even though she wasn’t there, she is absolutely positive that Rigsy didn’t kill anybody, and never doubts him. She immediately believes that he’s been set up, and is fiercely determined to prove his innocence. Clara is convinced that the TARDIS doesn’t like her (Fe-Ni) and sometimes gets into arguments with it. Clara likes to think ahead and doesn’t generally want to do anything without a proper plan. She’s constantly asking the Doctor what his plan is, though he rarely ever has one. She knows that if the Doctor is at her school, there is an alien threat and that his strategy for dealing with the Blitzer will endanger the school because he hasn’t shared his plan with her, indicating that she wouldn’t approve of his method, which clearly means that he’s putting the school at risk. Because Clara fully believes that the future can be better, she encourages the Doctor to undo what he did to Gallifrey. Even though the War Doctor looks a lot older than her Doctor, she knows that he’s actually much younger just by looking into his eyes. After the Doctor shaves his head, he claims he did it as part of a “clever plan” but she knows that he really just “got bored one night.”

Tertiary Extroverted Sensing [Se]: Clara enjoys living in the moment and running into dangerous situations. She’s excited by action and adventure, she gets a thrill out of escaping perilous circumstances. She wants to experience everything the universe has to offer. Sometimes (particularly following Danny’s death), she can be downright reckless, which is what leads to her own demise. After losing Danny, Clara loops a bit. She’s so distraught and grief-stricken that, when the Doctor shows up, she goes around the TARDIS swiping each and every key, asks him take her to a volcano, and impulsively tosses every one into the lava until the Doctor agrees to help her bring Danny back. It is only after she throws them all in that she realizes what she’s done and regrets her actions. She completely bypassed her auxiliary function. She was devastated over the loss and acted without bothering to think of the consequences. When she’s afraid to go looking for the ghost, she asks him to dare her to do it. Although Clara typically feels more comfortable when there’s a plan in place, she doesn’t mind taking risks and is quite capable of acting in the moment when need be. She typically is more aware of the physical environment than the Doctor is, and will sometimes point things out that he overlooks, such as when she notices that the chimney doesn’t blow smoke. When the Doctor, along with two of his previous incarnations are sitting in a cell they assume they’re locked inside of, she ridicules them because not one of the three thought to just try the door.

Inferior Introverted Thinking [Ti]: It’s nearly impossible for Clara to detach from her emotions. When the Doctor leaves her on her own to make the choice about whether or not to kill the moon, she’s furious with him for leaving that kind of a decision up to her. While Lundvik argues that they need to do it in order to ensure the survival of humanity, Clara just cannot bring herself to kill a baby. Even though Lundvik is unwilling to take the risk of living with whatever the consequences may be if they allow the creature to live because humanity is her number one priority, but Clara refuses to make a call until they debate each and every possibility. What would happen if we were to kill the moon? No more tides, no more satellites… but what else? It’s hard for her to reach the most logical conclusion on her own. Clara isn’t great with computers and needs to contact a hotline just to turn on the Wi-Fi. Although the Doctor’s plan to lure the Blitzer to her school is rational, she reprimands him because it’s unsafe and doesn’t want to risk putting any of the children in harm’s way. Her flaws in logic (such as her certainty that Ashildr would’t let the raven get her), sometimes get her into trouble.

Enneagram: 2w1 1w2 7w6 Sx/So

Note: I strongly considered ESFJ for Clara, because there are definitely some instances that appear as though she’s using Si (not accepting the Twelfth Doctor, asserting that “good guys don’t have zombie creatures” based on what she’s read in stories, her attachment to the leaf, trying to perfect her mother’s soufflé over and over again, her freak out after seeing Earth’s entire life cycle, etc.) but I ultimately decided on ENFJ because of her bold insights and convictions with little to no evidence to support her conclusions and her optimism and fearlessness when it comes to the future, as well as her tendency to get a kick out of dangerous situations and quick thinking in the heat of the moment.


Clara: Look, she says that you told her that she wasn’t special.
The Doctor: Rubbish.
Clara: She says that’s what sent her off the rails.
The Doctor: Pffff.
[The Tardis has found a larger place than the previous supply cupboard, with glass panels in the door.]
Clara: Doctor. I know, I know. But, you say something like that to somebody, it hurts. Especially if you’re somebody of her age, especially if you’re you. Doctor, it can affect her whole life.
The Doctor: Bah.

Clara: Look, Courtney, you’re not going to be needing those because you’re not going to be doing any travelling. Doctor, will you just, just tell her?
The Doctor: Tell her what?
Clara: [through clenched teeth] Tell her that she’s special.
The Doctor: Have you gone bananas?

The Doctor: Why do I keep you around?
Clara: Because the alternative would be developing a conscience of your own.

Clara: Why are you being nice?
The Doctor: Because it works on you.

Clara: Stop. Right, listen. This is a, this is a life. I mean, this must be the biggest life in the universe.
Courtney: [on monitor] It’s not even been born.
Lundvik: It is killing people. It is destroying the Earth.
Clara: You cannot blame a baby for kicking.

Danny: Why do you do it? Why do you fly off in the box with him? The truth. Please, just this once.
Clara: Because it’s amazing. Because I see wonders.

Clara: What were they like?
The Doctor: What were who like?
Clara: The others before me. Did they let you get away with this kind of thing? This school is in danger.
The Doctor: Well, it’s lucky I’m here, then.
Clara: From you.
The Doctor: Me?
Clara: You wouldn’t be here if there wasn’t an alien threat nearby. Your strategy for dealing with it involves endangering this school.
The Doctor: You don’t know that.
Clara: I don’t know anything because you haven’t told me anything, which means I wouldn’t approve, which means you are endangering this school.

Clara: So you’re, you’re leading the thing here? To a school? My, my school?
The Doctor: My school? Oh, that is telling. This is the only suitably empty place in the area. I’ve set up a circle of time mines around the school. Chronodyne generators. Bit unstable. I switch them on, the Blitzer gets sucked into a big old time vortex, billions of years into the future. It’s dead easy. Tiny bit boring. I’ll need a book and a sandwich.
Clara: And me. You’re not doing this alone.

Clara: You knew. You knew this was no relaxing break. You knew this was dangerous.
The Doctor: I didn’t know. I certainly hoped.
Clara: Okay, this. You see, this. This is why I’m leaving you. This. Because you lied. You lied to me, again. And now you’ve made me lie. You’ve made me your accomplice.

Clara: I am asking you for help.
The Doctor: Listen, we went to dinner in Berlin in 1937, right? We didn’t nip out after pudding and kill Hitler. I’ve never killed Hitler. And you wouldn’t expect me to kill Hitler. The future is no more malleable than the past.
Clara: Okay, don’t you do this to make some kind of point.
The Doctor: Sorry. Well, actually, no, I’m not sorry. It’s time to take the stabilisers off your bike. It’s your moon, womankind. It’s your choice.
Clara: And you’re just going to stand there?
The Doctor: Absolutely not.
[The Tardis arrives, and Courtney comes out.]
Clara: Doctor?

Clara: If we let it live, what would happen if the moon wasn’t there?
Lundvik: Listen, we haven’t got time for this.
Clara: We’re discussing it! What would happen if the moon wasn’t there?
Courtney: I have a physics book in my bag. There’s this thing on gravity?
Lundvik: Super. Is there a word search?
Clara: Okay, there would be no tides. But we’d survive that, right? They’ve knocked out the satellites. There’s no internet, no mobiles. I’d be fine with that.
Lundvik: It’s not going to just stop being there, because inside the moon, Miss, is a gigantic creature forcing its way out. And when it does, which is going to be pretty damn soon, there are going to be huge chunks of the moon heading right for us, like whatever killed the dinosaurs, only ten thousand times bigger.
Clara: But the moon isn’t made of rock and stone, is it? It’s made of eggshell.
Lundvik: Oh, God. Okay, okay, fine. If, by some miracle, the shell isn’t too thick, or if it disperses, or if it goes into orbit, whatever, there’s still going to be a massive thing there, isn’t there, that just popped out. And what the hell do you imagine that is?
Courtney: Loads of things lay eggs.
Lundvik: It’s not a chicken.
Courtney: I’m not saying it’s a chicken. I’m not completely stupid.
Lundvik: It’s an exoparasite.
Courtney: A what?
Lundvik: Like a flea. Or a head louse.
Clara: I’m going to have to be a lot more certain than that if I’m going to kill a baby.
Lundvik: Oh, you want to talk about babies?. You’ve probably got babies down there now. You want to have babies?
Clara: Well, yeah.
Courtney: Mister Pink.
Clara: Shush!
Lundvik: Okay. You imagine you’ve got children down there on Earth now, right? Grandchildren maybe. You want that thing to get out? Kill them all? You want today to be the day life on Earth stopped because you couldn’t make an unfair decision? Listen, I don’t want to do this. All my life I’ve dreamed about coming here. But this is how it has to end.
[Lundvik sets the trigger.]

Clara: I don’t know. I don’t know. If you didn’t do it for her, I mean. Do you know what? It was, it was cheap, it was pathetic. No, no, no. It was patronising. That was you patting us on the back, saying, you’re big enough to go to the shops by yourself now. Go on, toddle along.
The Doctor: No, that was me allowing you to make a choice about your own future. That was me respecting you.
Clara: Oh, my God, really? Was it? Yeah, well, respected is not how I feel.
The Doctor: Right. Okay. Er.
Clara: I nearly didn’t press that button. I nearly got it wrong. That was you, my friend, making me scared. Making me feel like a bloody idiot.
The Doctor: Language.
Clara: Oh, don’t you ever tell me to mind my language. Don’t you ever tell me to take the stabilisers off my bike. And don’t you dare lump me in with the rest of all the little humans that you think are so tiny and silly and predictable. You walk our Earth, Doctor, you breathe our air. You make us your friend, and that is your moon too. And you can damn well help us when we need it.
The Doctor: I was helping.
Clara: What, by clearing off?
The Doctor: Yes.
Clara: Yeah, well, clear off! Go on. You can clear off. Get back in your lonely, your lonely bloody Tardis and you don’t come back.
The Doctor: Clara. Clara.
Clara: You go away. Okay? You go a long way away.

The Doctor: You didn’t answer my question.
Clara: What question?
The Doctor: You don’t seem like a nanny.
Clara: I was going to travel. I came to stay for a week before I left, and during that week
The Doctor: She died, so you’re returning the favour. You’ve got a hundred and one places to see, and you haven’t been to any of them, have you? That’s why you keep the book.
Clara: I keep the book because I’m still going.
The Doctor: But you don’t run out on the people you care about. Wish I was more like that. You know, the thing about a time machine, you can run away all you like and still be home in time for tea, so what do you say? Anywhere. All of time and space, right outside those doors.

Clara: So, you and Professor Palmer, have you ever, you know?
Emma: No.
Clara: Why not? You do know how he feels about you, don’t you? You, of all people?
Emma: I don’t know. People like me, sometimes we get our signals mixed up. We think people are feeling the way we want them to feel, you know, when they are special to us, when really there’s nothing there.
Clara: Oh, this is there.
Emma: How do you know?
Clara: Because it’s obvious. It sticks out like a big chin.

Clara: Hello?
[Something bangs and make her jump. Then the girl appears.]
Clara: Hey. Are you okay? Are you lost?
[The girl runs off. They find each other further on.]
Clara: Are you all right? What are you doing?
Merry: Hiding.
Clara: Oh. Why?
Merry: You don’t know me?
Clara: Sorry. Actually not.
Merry: So why did you follow me?
Clara: To help. You looked lost.
Merry: I don’t believe you.
Clara: I’ve got no idea who you might be. I’ve never been here before. I’ve never been anywhere like here before. I just saw a little girl who looked like she needed help.
Merry: Really?
Clara: Really really.
Merry: Can you help me?
Clara: That’s why I’m still here.

Clara: So, what’s happening? Is someone trying to hurt you?
Merry: No. I’m just scared.
Clara: Of what?
Merry: Getting it wrong.
Clara: Okay. Can you pretend like I’m totally a space alien and explain?

Merry: I’m the vessel of our history. I know every chronicle, every poem, every legend, every song.
Clara: Every single one? Blimey. I hated history.
Merry: And now I have to sing a song in front of everyone. A special song. I have to sing it to a god. And I’m really scared.
Clara: Everyone’s scared when they’re little. I used to be terrified of getting lost. Used to have nightmares about it. And then I got lost. Blackpool beach, Bank holiday Monday, about ten billion people. I was about six. My worst nightmare come true.
Merry: What happened?
Clara: The world ended. My heart broke. And then my mum found me. We had fish and chips, and she drove me home and she tucked me up and she told me a story.

Clara: Oh, I was scared lots of times, but never of being lost. So, this special song. What are you scared of, exactly?
Merry: Getting it wrong. Making Grandfather angry.
Clara: And do you think you’ll get it wrong? Because I don’t. I don’t think you’ll get it wrong. I think you, Merry Gejelh, will get it very, very right.

Clara: Is somebody going to do something? Excuse me, is somebody going to help her?

Clara: How can they just stand there and watch?
The Doctor: Because this is sacred ground.
Clara: And she’s a child.
The Doctor: And he’s a god. Well, he is to them, anyway.

Clara: Well, I brought something for you. This. The most important leaf in human history. The most important leaf in human history.

Clara: It’s full of stories, full of history. And full of a future that never got lived. Days that should have been that never were. Passed on to me.
[An energy tendril reaches for the leaf.]
Clara: This leaf isn’t just the past, it’s a whole future that never happened. There are billions and millions of unlived days for every day we live. An infinity. All the days that never came. And these are all my mum’s.

Clara: How did I do? Was I okay?
The Doctor: This wasn’t a test, Clara.
Clara: I know, but
The Doctor: You were great, yeah.
Clara: Really?
The Doctor: Really.

The Doctor: Look into my eyes, Skaldak. Look into my eyes and tell me you’re capable of doing this. Huh? Can you do that? Dare you do that? Look into my eyes, Skaldak. Come on. Face to face.
Skaldak: Well, Doctor.
(The helmet tilts back to reveal the Martian lizard with its lidless eyes.)
Skaldak: Which of us shall blink first?
Clara: Why did you hesitate? Back there, in the dark. You were going to kill this man, remember? I begged you not to, and you listened. Why show compassion then, Skaldak, and not now? The Doctor’s right. Billions will die. Mothers, sons, fathers, daughters. Remember that last battle, Skaldak? Your daughter. You sang the songs.
Skaldak: Of the Red Snows.

The Doctor: I need to know if you feel safe. I need to know you’re not afraid.
Clara: Of?
The Doctor: The future. Running away with a spaceman in a box. Anything could happen to you.
Clara: That’s what I’m counting on. Push the button.

Clara: I’ve got this weird feeling it’s looking at me. It doesn’t like me.

Clara: Please tell me there’s a button you can press to fix this.
The Doctor: Oh, yes. Big friendly button.
Clara: You’re lying.
The Doctor: Yep.
Clara: To stop me freaking out?
The Doctor: Is it working?
Clara: Not so much.

Clara: Doctor, I’ve been thinking. The chimney
The Doctor: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Way past that now. Yucky red parasite from the time of the dinosaurs pitches up in Victorian Yorkshire. Didn’t see that one coming.
Clara: Yeah, but the chimney
The Doctor: But what’s the connection to Mrs Gillyflower? Judgement will rain down on us all. An empty mill.
Clara: A chimney that doesn’t blow smoke.
The Doctor: Clever clogs.
Clara: Missed me?
The Doctor: Yeah, lots.

Clara: Prove you’re you. Tell me something only the Doctor knows.
The Doctor: Clara, I suppose I’m the only one who knows how I feel about you right now. How funny you are. So funny. And pretty. And the truth is, I’m starting to like you in a way that is more than just
[She hits him.]
The Doctor: Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow! Yes! It’s me. That really hurt. How did you know that was him?
Clara: Because even if that was true, which it is obviously not, I know you well enough to know that you would rather die than say it. Finish your stupid game.

Clara: Hang on. Three of you in one cell, and none of you thought to try the door?

Clara: I’m Clara. We haven’t really met yet.
War Doctor: I look forward to it. Is there a problem?
Clara: The Doctor, my, my Doctor, he’s always talking about the day he did it. The day he wiped out the Time Lords to stop the war.
War Doctor: One would.
Clara: You wouldn’t. Because you haven’t done it yet. It’s still in your future.
War Doctor: You’re very sure of yourself.
Clara: He regrets it. I see it in his eyes every day. He’d do anything to change it.
War Doctor: Including saving all these people. How many worlds has his regret saved, do you think? Look over there. Humans and Zygons working together in peace. How did you know?
Clara: Your eyes. You’re so much younger.

Clara: These are the people you’re going to burn?
10th The Doctor: There isn’t anything we can do.
The Doctor: He’s right. There isn’t another way. There never was. Either I destroy my own people or let the universe burn.
Clara: Look at you. The three of you. The warrior, the hero, and you.
The Doctor: And what am I?
Clara: Have you really forgotten?
The Doctor: Yes. Maybe, yes.
Clara: We’ve got enough warriors. Any old idiot can be a hero.
The Doctor: Then what do I do?
Clara: What you’ve always done. Be a doctor. You told me the name you chose was a promise. What was the promise?
10th The Doctor: Never cruel or cowardly.
War Doctor: Never give up, never give in.
10th The Doctor: You’re not actually suggesting that we change our own personal history?
The Doctor: We change history all the time. I’m suggesting far worse.
War Doctor: What, exactly?
The Doctor: Gentlemen, I have had four hundred years to think about this. I’ve changed my mind.

Clara: Need a moment alone with your painting?
The Doctor: How did you know?
Clara: Those big sad eyes.
The Doctor: Ah.
Clara: I always know. Oh, by the way, there was an old man looking for you. I think it was the curator.

Bonnie: [on screen] Oh, there’s no point turning over. There’s nothing better on the other side. I could erase your mind.
Clara: Then why haven’t you?
[Bonnie closes her eyes.]
Clara: Having trouble?
[Clara closes her eyes.]
Clara: Let’s see what I can do.
[Bonnie turns into a Zygon, falls down, then stands back up in human form again.]
Clara: See, this thing works two ways, you know.
Bonnie: I want those memories!
[Clara sits on the sofa to read her newspaper.]
Clara: Trouble is, you’re asking me for them, which means you can’t access them, right?
Bonnie: I can make you tell me.
Clara: No, you can’t, otherwise you would have done already.
Bonnie: I can kill you.
Clara: Go on, then.
Bonnie: You think you’re calling my bluff.
Clara: I am calling your bluff. You need me alive.
Bonnie: Only as a source of information.
Clara: Then you’d better start asking questions.
Bonnie: You’d better not lie.
Clara: You see, that’s the problem. I am a brilliant liar. How are you ever going to know?

Clara: What about your life? Just for once, after all this time, have you not earned the right to think about that? Sorry. Wrong thing to say. We shouldn’t be having an argument.

[Clara runs through the door, followed by the Doctor, who closes it on the bright yellow light outside.]
Clara: I told you it’d work!
The Doctor: It very nearly ate you for dinner.
Clara: Oh, admit it. I totally saved your life.
The Doctor: It wasn’t going to eat me.
Clara: [laughs] I totally saved you from having to marry that giant sentient plant thing. That bit when I jumped over the side? That was amazing.
[The Doctor snorts and grins.]
Clara: Ha! I knew you were impressed.

Clara: There is no way you did this.
Ashildr: So, what then? You think someone called him here? Set him up?
Clara: Yes!
OLD MAN: Mayor!
Clara: Obviously. Which means one of your pet aliens out there is the real killer.

Clara: Rump? It’s er Rump, isn’t it? That man’s wife. She said something. Give it to me, tell me I can have it. What did she mean?
Rump: Two ways to survive a Quantum Shade. The Shade’s master removes the chronolock, or you can give it to someone else.
Clara: Give it? You can just
Rump: No, you can’t just push it on someone. It’s not that simple. It has to be taken willingly. The death’s already locked in. You can pass it on, but you can’t cheat it.
[Rump leaves. Clara turns and sees the Janus boy. She waves, and he leaves.]
Rigsy: You’re serious? You actually expect me to give you my death sentence?
Clara: Ssh! Go on. I’ve always wanted a tattoo. You know, something small, discreet.
Rigsy: Clara. Cut it out.
Clara: Weren’t you listening? I’m under the Mayor’s personal protection. And it’s absolute, apparently. Look, she controls the Raven, so I will never have to face it. This is clever.
Rigsy: But this is putting you in danger.
Clara: No, this is us talking the opposition into their own trap. This is Doctor 101. We’re buying time. We get all of the aliens on our side in the next half an hour, and then we reveal I’ve got the chronolock, not you, and boom! We buy ourselves more time to find the real killer.
Rigsy: The Doctor would never let you do this.
Clara: Doctor 102. Never tell anyone your actual plan. He’ll have a tantrum when he finds out. And then, when we confront Ashildr, she’ll want to take the chronolock off just to shut him up. What happens if you don’t go home tonight to Jen and Lucy, eh? If you never go home? You really want your little girl growing up without a father just because he wouldn’t take a risk? You trusted us to save you, so trust us. Come on.
Rigsy: Okay. All right. Right, how do we do this, then?

Rigsy: Look, Clara, even if one of them knows something, they’re not going to come forward. The way they look at me.
Clara: The way they look at you?
Rigsy: What?
[Outside Anah’s home. Clara knocks at the door of the Janus boy. He opens it then starts to closes it again.]
Clara: Hey, wait. Everyone here is weird around us because of Rigsy. But not you. You look at me and the Doctor like you’re confused. Like you’re curious.
ANAHSON: I don’t know what you mean.
Clara: You do. You know Rigsy is innocent because you can look into his past and you can see it, can’t you?
[Anah’s home]
Clara: She dressed you as a boy to protect you, but really you’re a girl. You have the gift.

Rigsy: I don’t have it, I’m telling you. Clara does.
[Clara shows Ashildr the back of her neck.]
Ashildr: No. No, you didn’t.
Clara: Go on, then. Take it off.
The Doctor: Clara, you didn’t!
[The Doctor turns Clara around and stares at the numbers in horror.]
Ashildr: I had no idea she’d do something so stupid. I swear, I never meant for anyone to get hurt. Look, what were you thinking? Sacrificing yourself?
Clara: I wasn’t sacrificing anything. It was strategy. Backup plan, to buy us more time.
The Doctor: Who told you to give it to her?
Clara: Nobody did. I did. Rump said
The Doctor: What exactly did Rump say?
Clara: He said the death is locked in. You can pass it on, but you
[Clara realises her folly.]

The Doctor: Yes, it is, you can, and you will, or this street will be over. I’ll show you and all your funny little friends to the whole laughing world. I’ll bring UNIT, I’ll bring the Zygons. Give me a minute, I’ll bring the Daleks and the Cybermen. You will save Clara, and you will do it now, or I will rain hell on you for the rest of time.
Clara: Doctor, stop talking like that.
Ashildr: You can’t.
The Doctor: I can do whatever the hell I like. You’ve read the stories. You know who I am. And in all of that time, did you ever hear anything about anyone who stopped me?
Ashildr: I know the Doctor. The Doctor would never
The Doctor: The Doctor is no longer here! You are stuck with me. And I will end you, and everything you love.
Clara: Doctor, for God’s sake, will you stop?
The Doctor: Now!
Clara: I did this, do you hear me? I did this. This is my fault.
The Doctor: I don’t care.
Clara: Liar. You always care. Always have. Your reign of terror will end with the sight of the first crying child and you know it.
The Doctor: No, I don’t.
Clara: I do. Listen, if this is the last I ever see of you, please, not like this.
Clara: (to Ashildr) Is there anything you can do?
Ashildr: I’m sorry. I’m truly sorry, I-
Clara: Time’s short. Yes or no?
Ashildr: No.
[The Doctor breathes heavily. Rigsy is trying not to cry.]
Clara: Well, if Danny Pink can do it, so can I.
The Doctor: Do what?
Clara: Die right. Die like I mean it. Face the Raven.
The Doctor: No. This, this isn’t happening. This can’t be happening.
Clara: Maybe this is what I wanted. Maybe this is it. Maybe this is why I kept running. Maybe this is why I kept taking all those stupid risks. Kept pushing it.
The Doctor: This is my fault.
Clara: This is my choice.
The Doctor: I let you get reckless.
Clara: Why? Why shouldn’t I be so reckless? You’re reckless all the bloody time. Why can’t I be like you?
The Doctor: Clara, there’s nothing special about me. I am nothing, but I’m less breakable than you. I should have taken care of you.
Clara: I never asked you to.
The Doctor: You shouldn’t have to ask.
[The Raven caws as it flies along the winding street, and the people scatter, terrified.]
Rigsy: Clara, if I’d known, I’d-
Clara: Don’t. Shut up.
Rigsy: But I-
Clara: Really, Rigsy, shut up. If you feel guilty about this, even for one minute, I-
[They hear the Raven.]
Clara: You. Now, you listen to me. You’re going to be alone now, and you’re very bad at that. You’re going to be furious and you’re going to be sad, but listen to me. Don’t let this change you. No, listen. Whatever happens next, wherever she is sending you, I know what you’re capable of. You don’t be a Warrior. Promise me. Be a Doctor.
The Doctor: What’s the point of being a Doctor if I can’t cure you?
Clara: Heal yourself. You have to. You can’t let this turn you into a monster. So, I’m not asking you for a promise, I’m giving you an order. You will not insult my memory. There will be no revenge. I will die, and no one else, here or anywhere, will suffer.
The Doctor: What about me?
Clara: If there was something I could do about that, I would. I guess we’re both just going to have to be brave.
The Doctor: Clara.
[They hug.]
Clara: Everything you are about to say, I already know. Don’t do it now. We’ve already had enough bad timing.

Clara: This is as brave as I know how to be. I know it’s going to hurt you, but, please, be a little proud of me.

Joy (Inside Out): ESFJ

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

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

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

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

Enneagram: 2w1 7w6 1w2 So/Sx


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kitty Forman (That ’70s Show): ESFJ

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

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

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

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

Enneagram: 2w3 So/Sp


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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