One of my favorite actors
Here's a brief talk about how he appreciates "silliness:"
Being interviewed by Justin Timberlake:
Myers seems static (> dynamic, esp. when talking about his father in the interview with Timberlake.) Seems ethical > logical.
Although Myers' humor is often light--to me, in interviews, he comes across as quite thoughtful and earnest.
I just saw So I Married An Axe Murderer again and it reminded me that while I loved Wayne's World, I tend to see most of his humor as somewhat juvenille. I was thinking Ne... IEE probably. (Of course, I'm not saying that IEE's typically have juvenile humor, but that Ne humor just doesn't "do it" for me the way Se and Ni humor do.)
Good assessment of his humor too--it is juvenile, for sure, full of exaggerated characters, grotesques, light satire, (maybe that's typical of IEE comedy, e.g. Moliere..?)
I remember seeing Austin Powers the night it came out and thinking, "that was the funniest movie I ever saw." (I dunno why it does it for me--maybe quadra values explain it..?)
Joy, can you think of a movie that has Se/Ni humor..? I'm interested.
Last edited by JuJu; 08-31-2008 at 12:33 AM.
Se humor can be sorta random too, and there are a lot of impersonations. It's different from Ne humor though in that a lot of the "random" stuff is just comments on external characteristics about a person/situation. An example would be when Rocky was at the pet shop with Adrian when she was taking care of the birds and said "Don't you think they look like flying candy?" because they were so colorful. On Lost Sawyer gave people random names a lot, saying stuff like "settle down, deep dish" to Hurley.
Here's some Ni + Te humor.
These may not be the best examples, but when something better comes to mind I'll post it.
I think IEE too (although no doubt others will have changed their minds ).
omg I hate me from then
Also, Rocky's humor reminds me of an IEE I know.
I thought Alpha SF