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10 TV Fictional Narcissists


8 – Jerry (Rick n Morty): TV Fictional Narcissists

TV Fictional Narcissists

Rick n Morty is AN EXCELLENT SHOW.

Rarely do you come across a show that hits home run after home run after home run in its FIRST SEASON!

This is such a BRILLIANT SHOW.

For example, you have to go back AFTER watching the episode to get the meaning of the episode. That is how smart it is.

Now, for those who are familiar, Rick is NOT a narcissist.

He truly is a man who is hurt.

How do we know this?

His catchphrase “Wubalubadubdub”!

Which, when translated to English, means “Please help me! I’m in pain.”

God, this is such a great show.

Jerry, Rick’s son-in-law, and Morty’s father is a covert cowardly narc.

As Rick mentioned in one episode, Jerry is like a leech/parasitic predator.

He plays weak and helpless to get people to feel sorry for him so that he can latch his worthlessness on to them.

This is something I have written about for a long time regarding narcs — that they are parasites.

Many of them play weak, helpless, or hurt so that they can pull people into them and latch on to them.

In this same episode (video above), Rick would have his intelligence lowered, and what would Jerry do?

BULLY HIM!

Jerry is a LOSER COVERT NARC MALE.

And it makes me think that the animosity that Rick has towards him may very well be justified.

2 thoughts on “10 TV Fictional Narcissists

  1. I’ll mention a few. Some Animated Disney Villains like Scar, Dr. Facilier the Shadow Man, Frollo and his Hellfire song “choose me or you will burn”, Queen from Snow White, Cinderellas Stepmom from hell, Gaston who loves being superior and smear campaigns Bells father.

    Jerry from Rick and Morty is 100% covert narc loser!

    But the one Narc that is my all time personal favorite is the classic Narc, Luke Valentine from Hellsing Ultimate / Hellsing OVA.

    You see, Luke thought he was perfect. He thought he was top dog. “I have all your powers and MORE!”. But his opponent Alucard is on another level when he starts releasing his restriction levels.

    This character shines both in the original work as well as the Team Four Star Hellsing Abridged version. The abridged version is downright hilarious.

    And Luke totally gets what he deserves. If you like Laughing at Narcs, you’re gonna love what you see…

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