Do you prefer to be called Beagle, Indie, or Intuition?
Nick Grant sees fours in great cast ensembles. Do you see third gravitating bodies with cast ensembles? (Ex.– Martin Crane on “Frasier”)
Your Martin Crane observation is brilliant. Yes, it's the Third Gravitating Bodies found in fictional characters that make them interesting and three-dimensional to us. In the case of Martin Crane, we have an ex-cop with a bum leg that lives with his hoity-toity son. The awkwardness of a blue-collar father living in a big-city high rise with his white-collar son is what causes conflict and creates interest in this character. But it's also perfectly believable since each of us has friends who are unlike their parents. It's a very interesting observation, Yvette. I can see why you were Poky Little Puppy of your Magical Worlds class.
HOWEVER: While you may call me Beagle, Indie, or Indiana, Intuition is my mate, a female, the central character in the wizard's Free the Beagle trilogy. For the record, Indiana is actually my nickname. Intuition calls me Instinct, or Stinc for short. But no one else is allowed to. It's one of the reasons I carry a sword.