I see how that is a possibility, but the way I remember Walt approaching and solving problems seems more sensing. However, there are just as many examples for intuition as well. That is a problem when analyzing fictional characters.
You should introduce yourself to an ISTJ. They are oblivious to their sociopathic tendencies.anybody watch white collar think you could type neal caffrey for me?
I've wondered if he'd be introvert or extrovert because the con man stuff is super extrovert, but you could also say his real self is when he's alone and gets into history books and famous art pieces, since that is what his whole life is around.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Dennis - ESTP
Mac - ESTP
Frank - ESTP
Dee - ESFP
Charlie - ISFP
Meredith - ISFP
Yang - INTJ
Izzie - ENFP
Karev - ISTP
O'Malley - ISFJ
Nobody else followed up on Mad Men?MAD MEN
Don - ISTJ, but part of me thinks ENTJ, kind of a field marshall type.
Peggy - INXJ - What do you think? Originally, I was certain that she was an SJ, but I'm second-guessing.
Pete - ISFP
Betty - ISFP (interesting that I read Pete and Betty to be the same ... now that I think of it, they do have a lot of similar qualities, Betty is what Pete would be like, were Pete a hot woman)
Joan - ESFJ
The big boss whose name I forget is the only INTP I think. Shockingly low numbers of NTs for an ad agency. Rachel Mencken perhaps also is an NT, maybe INTJ. Sal might be as well.
I'd go for ESTP, especially in the original NGE. Hikari might be a better example of an ESFJ (just look at the way Asuka treats Rei and Shinji. Even the most arrogant Fe-dominant wouldn't act like that). And also because she appears to be a compensatory narcissist, which I've read is common among ESTPs. She actually does resemble an ESTP friend of mine, except more emotional and cynical.ESFJ- Asuka Soryu (Evangelion)