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It\'s made clear in the show that he is a narcissist. If he\'s not well-characterised according to real life clinical definitions of narcissism, there are different places to soap-box it. Perhaps there\'s a relevant trope or YMMV item you can find for his work or character page to cover the subject? Maybe one of the tropes on the HollywoodPsych page would be applicable?
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It\\\'s made clear in the show that he is a narcissist. If he\\\'s not well-characterised according to real life clinical definitions of narcissism, perhaps there\\\'s a relevant trope or YMMV item you can find for his work or character page to cover the subject in a more appropriate way? Maybe one of the tropes on the HollywoodPsych page would be applicable?
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The trope page shouldn\'t be used as a soap-box, especially when the Wiki isn\'t a medical site and the medical qualifications of people commenting on the accuracy isn\'t exactly easy to verify. It\'s just an idea on how to address it, anyway.
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The trope page shouldn\\\'t be used as a soap-box, especially when the Wiki isn\\\'t a medical site and the medical qualifications of people commenting on the accuracy isn\\\'t exactly easy to verify. I\\\'m sure there\\\'s a more appropriate way to highlight the issue of how it\\\'s portrayed in the show without it turning into a soap-box. It\\\'s just an idea on how to address it, anyway.
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It\'s made clear in the show that he is a narcissist. If he\'s not well-characterised according to real life clinical definitions of narcissism, there are different places to soap-box it. Perhaps there\'s a relevant YMMV trope you can find to cover the subject? Maybe RealityIsUnrealistic or something similar? If the show makers made him realistically narcissistic, he probably wouldn\'t be TheProtagonist because using TV-land \
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It\\\'s made clear in the show that he is a narcissist. If he\\\'s not well-characterised according to real life clinical definitions of narcissism, there are different places to soap-box it. Perhaps there\\\'s a relevant trope or YMMV item you can find for his work or character page to cover the subject? Maybe one of the tropes on the HollywoodPsych page would be applicable?

The trope page shouldn\\\'t be used as a soap-box, especially when the Wiki isn\\\'t a medical site and the medical qualifications of people commenting on the accuracy isn\\\'t exactly easy to verify. It\\\'s just an idea on how to address it, anyway.
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