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    You can't really avoid that shows get worse over time, but as a positive example, I think South Park aged well compared to other popular shows. It is still original and authentic in my opinion, just as it used to be.
    I agree, because South Park has a lot of things going for it. Primarily, each episode takes about 5 days to make. This means that the producers can stay ahead of the game by dealing with current-day topics as they're happening and not having to resort to them after the fact. As such, it's a lot easier for the show to remain fresh because they're constantly supplied with new material.

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    Homer - SEE



    Bart - SEI



    Lisa - EII



    Marge - ESE



    Maggie - SLI



    Mr. Burns - LIE



    Ned Flanders - EII

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    How can you type Maggie?

    Why is the lazy and feckless Homer a Se dominant? Why is the hyperactive and mischievous Bart an IP?
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    Pretty Ne/Si heavy overall

    Homer Simpson - Ne-ENTP
    Marge Simpson - Si-ISFP
    Bart Simpson - Ti-ENTP
    Lisa Simpson - Fi-ENFP
    Ned Flanders - Fi-INFJ
    Moe Szyslak - Te-INTP
    Milhouse Van Houten - Ti-INTJ
    Reverend Timothy Lovejoy - Te-ISTP
    Apu Nahasapeemapetilon - Fi-ISFJ
    Marion "Fat Tony" D'Amico - Fe-ENFJ
    Montgomery Burns - Si-ESTJ
    Waylon Smithers - Ne-INFJ
    Comic Book Guy - Ti-ENTP
    Nelson Muntz - Se-ESTP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat King Cole View Post
    How can you type Maggie?

    Why is the lazy and feckless Homer a Se dominant? Why is the hyperactive and mischievous Bart an IP?
    Homer uses so much it's insane! He's always out and about doing something. He may be lazy at work, but when he's on an adventure, he's always energized and doing something. You can see him use constantly when around his family and he uses it to his advantage such as neighbours like Ned Flanders who is an EII.

    You don't know many SEI's do you? SEIs can be hyperactive and mischievous. My brother is an SEI and since he was a kid he was always off an about simply doing things. When he's not doing something, he's usually just watching television. However, he goes with the flow, if something comes along he'll jump along for the ride.
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    That's not Se. And of course he's out-and-about, or else wtf kind of show would we be watching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by poli View Post
    That's not Se. And of course he's out-and-about, or else wtf kind of show would we be watching?
    His behaviour is similar to SEEs I know in real life. Also, it kind of proves my point of why they'd choose an SEE as their title character, but to each their own I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cat King Cole View Post
    How can you type Maggie?

    Why is the lazy and feckless Homer a Se dominant? Why is the hyperactive and mischievous Bart an IP?
    Homer uses so much it's insane! He's always out and about doing something. He may be lazy at work, but when he's on an adventure, he's always energized and doing something. You can see him use constantly when around his family and he uses it to his advantage such as neighbours like Ned Flanders who is an EII.

    You don't know many SEI's do you? SEIs can be hyperactive and mischievous. My brother is an SEI and since he was a kid he was always off an about simply doing things. When he's not doing something, he's usually just watching television. However, he goes with the flow, if something comes along he'll jump along for the ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    His behaviour is similar to SEEs I know in real life. Also, it kind of proves my point of why they'd choose an SEE as their title character, but to each their own I guess.
    I really don't see how he's not Ne or Fi-PoLR, or how he's gamma, but we'll agree to disagree.

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    For one, I can't imagine an ILE or an IEE strangling the hell out of Bart like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    You don't know many SEI's do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat King Cole View Post
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    You don't know many SEI's do you?
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    Thanks for the chuckle.
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    Homer - Se-SxE, Ne-ILE can also work
    Bart - ESTp or ENTp Ti-sub, LSI Se-sub
    Lisa - EII, IEE, ILI
    Marge - SEI Si-sub, ESE Si-sub
    Flanders - ESE, SEI Fe-sub, LSE
    Milhouse - EII, LII
    Burns - ILI, LII, SLI
    Smithers - IEI, EIE, IEE
    Moe - ILI, SLE, ESI

    Quote Originally Posted by Cat King Cole View Post
    Why is the lazy and feckless Homer a Se dominant? Why is the hyperactive and mischievous Bart an IP?
    Se can be associated with pleasure and adventure seeking tendencies that seem to fit Homer's personality quite well. Bart actually has that same streak but he is more deliberate in seeking out his sources of enjoyment than Homer, who is more dreamy/clueless in comparison. Ne-ILE typing would also work, though I think Homer is more sensory kind of seeking, so Se fits him better.

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    i dont really see him as Se. he seems really unfocused, on abstract and complicated tangents, and says lots of Ne things.

    even though hes borderline retarded

    as for Fe > Fi, i guess just look at bender's Fe vs fry's Fi, since theyre the same creator. so overall just seems like an obvious typing.

    i thought about ESFP, but couldnt get it to fit. homer is pretty much a more stuck in his imagination/more physically handicapped/less physically aware version of bender. look-a-likes, rather than comparatives
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    For one, I can't imagine an ILE or an IEE strangling the hell out of Bart like that
    When he's strangling Bart, there is no resonance or connection with him as a human, like say you would have if you were to strangle someone, or really a subjective awareness. Everything he does/says seems Fi-PoLR and to back Fe. His emotional reasoning comes across a lot more purposefully objectified than what I see in Fi types, ie. for prevalence's sake, Homer's comparative type from the other show, Fry. Maybe this was a tactic for supplying emotional stimulation to the population of viewers, that was influenced by one of the creators (to make his personality more Fe.) Also, both main characters seem to back Ne-INFJ Groening's primary format of comedy.

    Here's a principal video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zVCN6SFFzg#t=0m40s

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    Quote Originally Posted by poli View Post
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    i dont really see him as Se. he seems really unfocused, on abstract and complicated tangents, and says lots of Ne things.

    even though hes borderline retarded

    as for Fe > Fi, i guess just look at bender's Fe vs fry's Fi, since theyre the same creator. so overall just seems like an obvious typing.

    i thought about ESFP, but couldnt get it to fit. homer is pretty much a more stuck in his imagination/more physically handicapped/less physically aware version of bender. look-a-likes, rather than comparatives
    Quote Originally Posted by woofwoofl View Post
    For one, I can't imagine an ILE or an IEE strangling the hell out of Bart like that
    When he's strangling Bart, there is no resonance or connection with him as a human, like say you would have if you were to strangle someone, or really a subjective awareness. Everything he does/says seems Fi-PoLR and to back Fe. His emotional reasoning comes across a lot more purposefully objectified than what I see in Fi types, ie. for prevalence's sake, Homer's comparative type from the other show, Fry. Maybe this was a tactic for supplying emotional stimulation to the population of viewers, that was influenced by one of the creators (to make his personality more Fe.) Also, both main characters seem to back Ne-INFJ Groening's primary format of comedy.

    Here's a principal video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zVCN6SFFzg#t=0m40s
    Well damn - that clip is as all hell!

    The problem is that there's hundreds of Homer Simpsons, with so many different writers, seasons, episodes; there's a lot of inconsistencies, as well as a general drift of the character... the Homers in the earliest episodes are far removed from the Homers of 2011 and close-by...
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    Yep, I really haven't stayed in touch with a lot of new Simpsons. I'm just looking back on what I've overall noticed. Obviously the very first episodes were different (noticeably: animation, character, voices, plot) and then evolved from there in a fair proportion of its catchiness. I guess we may type him more than once based on the given generation.

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    List copied from poli:

    Homer Simpson - SEI or SEE
    Marge Simpson - ESI
    Bart Simpson - SLE
    Lisa Simpson - IEE, maybe EII
    Ned Flanders - EII
    Moe Szyslak - SLI
    Milhouse Van Houten - LII
    Reverend Timothy Lovejoy - SLI
    Montgomery Burns - LIE
    Waylon Smithers - ESI
    Comic Book Guy - ILI
    Nelson Muntz - SLE

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    Every now and then there is a new Simpsons thread. My current typings:

    Homer: SEI
    Bart: SLE
    Lisa: ego
    Marge: leading
    Barney Gumble: Ne-ENTp
    Moe: LSI
    Apu: LIE
    Comic guy: ILI
    Mad Scientist: ILE
    Flanders: serious
    Willy: delta ST
    Burns: LIE
    Smithers: ESI
    Troy McClure: SEE or LIE
    Chief Wiggum: ego
    Lenny and Carl: SLI, IEE
    Milhouse: ILI
    Nelson: SLE
    Martin: ILE
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    Quote Originally Posted by woofwoofl View Post
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    When he's strangling Bart, there is no resonance or connection with him as a human, like say you would have if you were to strangle someone, or really a subjective awareness. Everything he does/says seems Fi-PoLR and to back Fe. His emotional reasoning comes across a lot more purposefully objectified than what I see in Fi types, ie. for prevalence's sake, Homer's comparative type from the other show, Fry. Maybe this was a tactic for supplying emotional stimulation to the population of viewers, that was influenced by one of the creators (to make his personality more Fe.) Also, both main characters seem to back Ne-INFJ Groening's primary format of comedy.

    Here's a principal video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zVCN6SFFzg#t=0m40s
    Well damn - that clip is as all hell!

    The problem is that there's hundreds of Homer Simpsons, with so many different writers, seasons, episodes; there's a lot of inconsistencies, as well as a general drift of the character... the Homers in the earliest episodes are far removed from the Homers of 2011 and close-by...
    Agreed, Homer can appear ego at times or ego, but I think his main personality is SEE and he branches off to random personality types for specific episodes.
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    Homer - SEI
    Marge - ESI
    Bart - SLE
    Lisa - EII
    Ned - LSE (maybe)
    Milhouse - IEI
    Nelson - SLE
    Willy - ILI
    Chief Wiggum - SEE

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    bump for enneagramz

    Homer - 9w8 sp
    Marge - 1w9? sp/sx
    Bart: 3w4 so/sx?
    Lisa - 6w5 sx/sp?
    Ned - 1w2 so/sp
    Milhouse - 6w5 sp/so
    Moe - 5w6 sp/sx
    Skinner - 1w9 sp/so
    Otto - 9w8 sp?
    Groundskeeper Willie - 8w9 sx/sp? sp/sx?
    Comic Book Guy - 6w5 sp/so
    Martin - 6w5? 9w1? so/sp
    Nelson - 6w7 sx
    Edna Krabapple (R.I.P Marcia Wallace ) - 2w3 / 3w2
    Mayor Quimby - 3w2 so/sp
    Burns - 1w9? 5w6? sp/so
    Smithers - 9w1 sp/so

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    My knowledge of enneagram is limited but I will try:

    Homer SLI 9w8
    Marge LSE 2w3
    Lisa IEE 3w4
    Bart SLE 7w6
    Moe ESE 6w5
    Flanders EII 9w1
    Mr. Burns LII 1w9
    Smithers SEI 2w1
    Comic guy ILI 5w4
    Nelson ESE 8w7
    Milhouse ILE 6w7

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    I've always viewed homer as ILE for some reason. he was an inventor, he has no sense of personal space with others, and has hilariously insignificant thought processes.

    i once had an ILE tell me what went on in his brain.

    a balloon rises into the air, and pops.

    that is all.

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    Homer: SEI-Si 9w8
    Bart: SLE-Se 7w8
    Lisa: IEI-Ni 1w9
    Marge: ESI-Fi 9w1
    Mr Flanders: EII-Fi 1w9
    Mr Burns: LIE-Te 3w4
    Smithers: ESI-Fi 6w7
    Principal Skinner: LSI-Ti 1w2
    Patty: ESI-Se 6w5
    Selma: ESI-Se 6w5
    Professor Frink: ILE-Ne 5w6
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    I think

    Homer - SEE He's my inner child.
    Marge - SEI
    Bart - SLE
    Lisa - EII
    Ned - ESE

    as close as I can tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dalek Caan View Post
    Homer - SEE
    Marge - SEI
    Bart - SLE
    ...
    Ned - ESE
    I agree with your typings.

    Marge has a similar character and temperament as my mom. ( + caregiver)
    Ned Flanders is basically the male version of my aunt. Can't see Ned as introvert. ( + )

    Homer and Bart share Ep temperament and I can't see them having intution as their ego function.

    Homer - SEE and Bart - SLE fits.

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    Lisa - EII
    Lisa - EII or IEE-Fi

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    The collective typings here are atrocious! And if you can't correctly type The Simpsons and you've been here for several years, then you should probably get lost because The Simpsons has the most exaggerated socionic types & type relations possible without wearing tags that declare their types. Let's go through the ones that are correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1981slater
    Mr. Burns LIE
    Smithers ESI
    These are correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1981slater
    Comic shop owner ILI
    Quote Originally Posted by xerxe
    Comic Book Guy: ILI
    Moe: I agree with ILI
    Herb: SEE
    Flanders: LSE (Supervision as the source of animosity between him and Homer makes the most sense.)
    Principal Skinner: LSI
    These are correct too. Herb vs. Homer is a textbook relationship of extinguishment. Principle Skinner couldn't be more LSI if he tried. Comic Book Guy and Milhouse are parodies of ILI's like Dwight from The Office. Flanders is LSE ("The LSE does not change over time. Instead he becomes more knowledgeable about those things he has cared about in the past.") Flanders has obvious PoLR, so people confusing him for ESE are forgiven, but the ESE's ethical core and emotional self does not change over time (Ethical -PoLR) while the LSE's subjects of intellectual attention do not change over time (Logical -PoLR). And Flanders and Homer share a classic supervision relationship.

    Quote Originally Posted by xerxe
    Marge: EII (Fi. Loyal to her family. Intensely deep feelings that she hides within herself. Her marriage to Homer, whose emotions and reactions are comparatively very shallow is supposed to be comical.)

    Lisa: IEE (Ne. She's the one always interjecting new ideas into discussions. Points out how the generalized situation looks whenever people get bogged down in specifics. Has unbridled optimism in her potential and future bordering on arrogance and egotism, as well as the potential of others. Deep humanistic streak. Shuns materialism. Considering the anti-intellectual environment she lives in, it all comes off as the more indicative of her type. Probably Matt Groening's dual and mouthpiece.)
    These are correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by xerxe
    Homer: SEI (Softhearted. The rest is a caricatured embodiment of the worst aspects of his type.
    -Si: sloth, gluttony, anti-intellectualism;
    -Fe: extreme bias, jealousy, shallow emotions, immediate uncritical emotions;
    -Te-PoLR: unproductive, inability to make sense of actions going on around him -- that's why he comes off as presumptuous and stupid.)
    Yup. "Homer is an SEI" is basically the running joke of the entire series.

    Quote Originally Posted by xerxe
    Bart: SLE (Kind of obvious. Super-ego relationship with him and Lisa that persistently leads to clashes of value.)
    Bart is the only one who is hard to type. Why? He has a super-ego relationship with Lisa, but he doesn't have an illusionary relationship with Homer who is SEI.
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