"holy homicidal nurse batman!!"
Knowing that this scene was completely improvised, is the best part of the whole trilogy
Fight Club: Tyler Durden [ENTP]
Extroverted Intuition (Ne): Tyler is a man of endless ideas, who figures out how to take Fight Club and expand it into a multi-city terrorist organization focused on demolishing everything about modern society that he hates (and the list is long). He comes up with a multitude of creative tasks for his club members to carry out, he is good at reading other people at a glance, and he has a creative imagination that is forever drawing parallels between unconnected ideas and things. He is a walking contradiction, railing against ownership of expensive items while driving around an expensive car and never wearing the same thing twice. He has a short attention span, but a bigger worldview.
Introverted Thinking (Ti): He is analytical and has no problem pointing out the flaws in any system, any belief, or any behavior. Tyler is unconcerned with criticism and frank in his opinions, at times downright brutal with his sparse but carefully chosen instructions and comments. He sizes up every situation, sees the immediate possibilities, and takes it, regardless of the personal cost (even if it means getting the snot beat out of him, just to force someone to let the club use their basement).
Extroverted Feeling (Fe): His charm and charisma wins him friends, manages to get Marla into the sack, and shows a warped, twisted but genuine over-reaching concern for “the common man.” Tyler wraps his terrorist ideals up in a belief that mankind would be better off without all the trappings of society and wealth, and his intention to erase all debts and generate chaos. Without his charm backing up his insults, he’d never get far in amassing an army of loyal minions, hell-bent on pushing his vision to completion.
Introverted Sensing (Si): Occasionally sharing stories from his past, spouting random bits of information, and linking his intentions to his own experiences, Tyler is more detailed than he lets on – it is no small thing to plan and execute the finer details of an immense, multi-city act of terrorism. He covered every single possibility (Ne) without forgetting any of the minor pieces in his grand plan.
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