I'll start... Michael Gary Scott
> virgin until 28, goes seven years without sex following the popping of his cherry
> does not understand why he is single and friendless
> possessive, but is passive and non-violent/masculine
> friendly to everyone and willing to go out of his way in the hope of something more
> Not masculine, ugly, no facial hair, no talents, or desirable characteristics
I would say that toby is more of a robot than michael
where did you saw INTJ? Have you never watched series?
He was a total cuck and a beta before Tyler came along. Tyler saved him from robotdom.
Look at his life - slaving away at a shitjob, spending all his money on useless bullshit because he's empty inside, tells lies to support groups just to feel something, immediately detests the only woman who could really understand him...
He literally went so far into robotdom he stopped being able to tell fantasy from reality, ironically causing him to produce a Chad altar-ego to save him.
I just realized that I'm michael scott
>decent looking, but not amazing
>somewhat productive, but not amazing
>trouble connecting with people, especially at work
>just wants friends and to be happy
I read the novel, he is gay there, and in love with Tyler, and I'm not even trolling. But he is not a robot, as much as he is a cyborg. He hangs out with some Irish guys on the book and they take a piss on that rock that people kiss on Ireland. It is quickly referred to in the movie when his hand burns.
Steve Carell again in The 40 Year Old Virgin
Also, Napoleon Dynamite.
My personal favorite.
>angry and bitter
>lives completely separate from society
>happiness of others makes him furious
>snaps one day and sets out to make everyone else as miserable as he is
Before the bogus, unbelievable happy ending this guy is as robot as it gets.
you mean the druggie with friends who fucks girls sometimes while having a weird quirk about being touched?
yeah... I'm going to go ahead and say he's not a robot, just a badly written character meant to appease normals.