Taking a break from his professional job as an amateur psychiatrist, we put Charlie Bartlett on the other side of the bathroom stall probe into his mind through this brief questionnaire.
He enlightens us on some of the challenges of being the most popular student in high school, as well as some insight on his personal heroes and role models.
Your favorite virtue:
Trying too hard to be universally loved for who I am.
Your chief characteristic:
Bi-polarism. Sometimes, I lack common sense and logic and display random bursts of awkward cartoonishness. Other times, I oversimplify and become entrenched in my own immature melodrama.
Your main fault:
I lack an identity and try so hard to fit in that I spread myself too thin by shamelessly showing off multiple inconsistent facets of my personality in an effort to please everyone.
Your idea of happiness:
A packed audience cheering my name.
Your idea of misery:
$4.7 million in worldwide box office gross.
If not yourself, who would you be?:
What you hate the most:
Posers (which explains my self-loathing).
The reform you admire the most:
None -- be yourself, don't be afraid, and trust yourself because you are worth it. Except if you smoke. Or are an alcoholic. Or are suicidal. Or are a bully. Or are an authoritarian, socialist, or some combination of both. Or are adulterous. Or have mental disorders. Or if you don't have self-confidence.
The natural talent you'd like to be gifted with:
For what fault have you most toleration?:
I don't know. I'd like to say indecisiveness maybe, but I'm not sure.
Charlie Bartlett: 5/10