2004 was the year Friends final episode aired on tv, yes, it's been that long! The Friends writers did an exceptional job of scattering screen time equally among the six principal characters. While Joey shows up in 47.7 percent of all scenes, the most of any character, Phoebe, the figure who appears in the fewest, is just rarely behind her pals, with appearances in 41.9 percent of all the moments. But just because the characters have pretty much identical screen time, does this mean that all of the friends were just as friendly? Is there a couple or trio who spent more time together than the others? Is there a pair or trio or foursome who hardly ever rendezvoused at the Central Perk for some coffee and a chat with Gunther? More on that on a separate page, article or on another day...

Now, to the actual characters. Phoebe is a fantastic example of an ENFP. Phoebe is one of those individuals who could talk to anyone about anything. She gets her energy through talking and singing about the subjective ideas and hypotheses she comes up with. Her creative thinking is astounding - just listen to any one of her songs or take a trip in her own doll house she made out of shoe boxes finished with a slide, a licorice room, an aroma room and a bubble machine. Like Chandler, she is very impulsive in all factors of her life. While she doesn’t have a steady job or love life, it seems to work well for her since she’s more fascinated in living impulsively than by an directed routine.


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