Top 10 Narcissistic Television Characters [Linwood’s Picks]

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Linwood Storm coined the phrase “What’s effective isn’t always what’s right” and he has faced a considerable amount of backlash for it. After all, who would want to abide by an aspect of a code that encourages placing aside a collective/cultural moral compass to achieve one’s task, goals, or missions? It’s common knowledge that his character Ralph Conners is an exaggeration of Linwood Storm’s mindset throughout his youth, however, there are quite a few characters who can be equally categorized as narcissists, yet they are on different ends of the spectrum. Each character with their own traits and an evolving personal code that serves what would be defined as self-preservation.

These traits and individual capabilities of these characters either contribute to strengths that do more harm than good or are responsible for their downfalls. Below are Linwood’s Top 10 Narcissistic Television characters. These picks range from American animated series, Japanese anime, and live-action shows. Some of them are currently running and others have ended long ago. As always, we recommend that you take the time to binge as many as you can and let us know your selection.

Please note that we are not shaming, demonizing, and criticizing those who partially identify or have been diagnosed with any mental disorder, including NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder).

We are all different. Actions speak volumes. Treat others how you want to be treated.

10. ED EDD N EDDY | EDDY

9. SCRUBS | DR. COX

8. HOUSE | DR. GREGORY HOUSE

7. HAPPY | NICK SAX

6. LUCIFER | LUCIFER

5. THE BOYS | HOMELANDER

4. FAMILY GUY | BRIAN GRIFFIN

3. AMERICAN DAD | ROGER SMITH

2. DEATH NOTE | LIGHT YAGAMI/KIRA

1. RICK AND MORTY | RICK

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