Matt Frewer: LSE (Te-ESTj) [Normalizing subtype] (ESTj-ISTj?)
Matt Frewer portrayed the character of Matt Praeger on the TV Show PSI FACTOR: Chronicles of the Paranormal. Here are some quotes from the episode entitled The Grey Men (written by James Nadler, directed by Giles Walker).
Grey/Alien: What are you doing?
Matt: Details. Thinking about details. Just calmly objectively thinking about details of the inquest.
Grey/Alien: We are not interested.
Matt: I know!
Grey/Alien: Please cease or...
Matt: Or what?! You've taken me away from everything I care about: my work, my family...!
Grey/Alien: We must learn from you.
Matt: Not anymore, not from me.
Grey/Alien: Please. We were a successful people. But in time we found that we were fading away. Had no colors at all. Only grey. Please, show us joy.
Matt: My daughter.
Grey/Alien: Oh, but that is not the color you showed for her. Your work--that is where your colors are brightest.
Matt: No, that's not true. I'm working on that.
[PSI FACTOR: CHRONICLES OF THE PARANORMAL, Episode 208 (The Grey Men), Written by James Nadler, Directed by Giles Walker, Starring Matt Frewer and Michael Moriarty, etc.]
Matt: You’re missing a lot of details here. God is in the details.
Grey/Alien: The details are in your memory. We don’t need them.
Matt: Oh, come on. Where’s the wreckage? Where’s the bodies? The tail section should be scattered over that rise. The cockpit should be right here. Come on, come on, come on, get it right!
Grey/Alien: We certainly don’t mean to disappoint you. That subject failed.
Matt: What are you doing?
Grey/Alien: Research . . . So much information was lost, we’ve been trying to recapture it for some time, taking, how do you say, infants for study and leaving behind other modest efforts.
Matt: Decoys. Changelings.
Grey/Alien: Very recently we’ve been able to duplicate adults. Once the decoys are in place, however, we work uninterrupted. Unfortunately, if the decoy is damaged, the original also fails.
Matt: You put children through this? And their parents? You know what it is to have a child? To feel that moment of happiness?
Grey/Alien: We are striving to.
Matt: You took that away from people.
Grey/Alien: And you gave it away.
Matt (depressed clone version): The thing about having kids, is they’re born and placed into your hands—they’re so small . . . and the responsibility washes over you like a wave of fear.