Hey everyone! I don't know how many people watch Stargate, but I'm hoping it's a lot. The characters in this show seem to fit the temperaments so well that I wonder if the creators had them in mind when they created the show.
First off, due to my biases, I will start with Daniel Jackson (Micheal Shanks). He, in my opinion is a clear example of a NF variant. I'm not sure what exact personality type but I'm going to say XNFJ because he has an extroverted feeling function and an introverted intuition. I don't however know which one is dominant.
Now, as for Jack O'neill (Richard Dean Anderson). He seems a little easier to type exactly. He is definitively, in my mind, an SP variant. And more specifically an ISTP because he seems to be very logical, dominant Ti (Samantha Carter: "He is smarter than he pretends"), and also seems to have an extroverted sensing and feeling (when he has them).
Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping) is the NT variant. She is also hard to type specifically because she seems to have both an extroverted thinking and feeling, depending on the writer, which I think we all know that it is contradictory to have two extroverted decision making functions. She does most often seem to me to be either an INTJ or ENTP.
And Teal'c (Christopher Judge), you can't really say much about Teal'c. He is an amazing character, which is fitting because he is a text book example of an amazing personality type, the ISTJ. He is stoic and solitary. He has a clear extroverted thinking, and a less brought up (therefore underdeveloped) extroverted intuition. He explains things very clearly and concisely which suggests a very well developed sensing function, in combination with the extroverted thinking. (Season four, episode 6 "Window of Opportunity" O'neill says: "We seem to be in a time loop of some kind, but me and Teal'c seem to be the only ones who remember it, tell 'em Teal'c", Teal'c says "O'neill is correct, events do appear to be repeating themselves")
That's my take, and don't misunderstand the topic of the thread isn't confined to just these four characters.