Posted on 01/29/2016 at 12:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

This week’s Friday favorites was built all around a single post we really enjoyed — BookRiot’s Myers-Briggs analysis of 202 fictional characters.

Mental Floss did a similar post but kept it within a series or show, i.e., finding a Lord of the Rings character for each personality.

And that had us wondering: How else has the Internet categorized fictional characters?

The answer: Cracked “diagnosed” a few with mental illnesses (caveat: Asperger’s is a syndrome, not an illness); Huffington Post, meanwhile, shared Bookish's application of Freud’s theories.

And the Guardian just played armchair psychiatrist and decided that some of these relationships just weren’t healthy.

We've surely missed some interesting and similar posts, so feel free to share those with us.

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