Anecdotal Personality Disorder: The intense need to relay inane stories to anyone who will listen. Case Studies.
Antisocial Personality Disorder: Lack of regard for the moral or legal standards in the local culture, marked inability to get along with others or abide by societal rules. Sometimes called psychopaths or sociopaths. Case Studies.
Avoidant Personality Disorder: Marked social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy, and extremely sensitive to criticism. Case Studies.
Ball Sausage: Alternative Christian rock band out of Salt Lake City, Utah. 1:6
Borderline Personality Disorder: Lack of one’s own identity, with rapid changes in mood, intense unstable interpersonal relationships, marked impulsively, instability in affect and in self image. Case Studies.
Bunnin’: Is whatever it means to you. Superego Sampler 1
Chronic Involuntary Functionitis: The complete breakdown of all involuntary functions. Case Studies.
Claud Pike: A name drop for Tom Scharpling of ‘The Best Show On WFMU.’ He was the 1,000th fan of Superego on Facebook and won himself a mention on episode 2:12.
Crooch: Something feminine and dirty? 2:8
Crooch Personality Disorder: No way to know what this is. Case Studies.
Dark Matter Diet, The: Featured on California Cooking With Claymore Cleveland. Superego Supershort 3
Delusional Personality Disorder: Exhibiting a severe distortion of reality manifested in displays of grandeur. Case Studies.
Dependent Personality Disorder: Extreme need of other people, to a point where the person is unable to make any decisions or take an independent stand on his or her own. Fear of separation and submissive behavior. Marked lack of decisiveness and self-confidence. Case Studies.
Deviant Personality Disorder: Marked by inappropriate displays of sexual and social depravity. Case Studies.
Douchebag Personality Disorder: This one’s pretty clear. Case Studies.
Earl Bucket: Nemesis of Mustang and Rooster Boy. 1:12
Echosounder: A geological tool used for measuring angular unconformity on Acces Geology. Superego Supershort 5
Fancy Spaniard, The: The title of the book by Steven Louis Robertson that Vyvyan Pageturner reads for his viewers on Pageturner Presents. 1:11
Fetadillas: The cuisine of choice at Igor’s Greek Fiesta: Greek-Mexican fusion restaurant. 1:2
Free Air: The long-running NPR interview show hosted by Terri Grass. 1:6
George ‘Buck’ Flower: Iconic American cult-actor. Dwight Loomis is based on George ‘Buck’ Flower.
Guilty Wind: Mutt Taylor’s ground breaking debut album. It remained on the country charts for an unprecedented 7,010 weeks.
Histrionic Personality Disorder: Exaggerated and often inappropriate displays of emotional reactions, approaching theatricality, in everyday behavior. Sudden and rapidly shifting emotion expressions. Case Studies.
Inverted Uterus: Figures you’d look this one up. Gross. 1:2
Jandi Lynn: Doesn’t really have a C-section scar. 2:8
Jessica Carson: ‘Superego’s Biggest Fan’ title holder.
Kick You Cake Early: Pontius Pilate opposite. 2:16
Kid Studio: Music producer, wunderkind composer and vocal contributor to the soundtrack of the movie Mexican Blackshit. 1:1
Knucks: Ice-T for ‘knuckles.’ As to what ‘dap’ and ‘blow it up’ mean, no one knows. 2:11
Leavin’ On a Dare: the chart-topping, cross-over hit from Mutt Taylor’s ground breaking debut album, Guilty Wind. It has inspired more of today’s country performers than any other album ever made ever.
Lick-Toad The Man-Frog: No fucking idea. 1:3
Lou Diamond Phillips: We don’t know who he is either. 2:2
Marcy Playground: Marcy Playground is an American alternative rock band consisting of three members: John Wozniak (lead vocals, guitar), Dylan Keefe (bass), and Shlomi Lavie (drums). The band is best known for their 1997 hit ‘Sex and Candy.’ 2:6
Matriarchal Personality Disorder: The intense desire to smother mother everything within hugging distance. Case Studies.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Behavior or a fantasy of grandiosity, a lack of empathy, a need to be admired by others, an inability to see the viewpoints of others, and hypersensitive to the opinions of others. Case Studies.
Normal-Size John: The Worlds Tallest Midget. 1:3
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder: Characterized by perfectionism and inflexibility; preoccupation with uncontrollable patterns of thought and action. Case Studies.
Paranoid Personality Disorder: Marked distrust of others, including the belief, without reason, that others are exploiting, harming, or trying to deceive him or her; lack of trust; belief of others’ betrayal; belief in hidden meanings; unforgiving and grudge holding. Case Studies.
Radical Jack: The 2000 tour de force starring Billy Ray Cyrus. 1:3
Restless Leg Syndrome: Matt has it. 2:6
Russo-Neptunian Wars: The conflict between Future-Nato and The New Soviet Union over the great Neptunian mineral deposits during the eve of the Cosmillenium. 1:11
Rutherford B. Hayes: The American president between Rutherford A. Hayes and Rutherford C. Hayes. Superego Supershort 2
Schizoid Personality Disorder: Primarily characterized by a very limited range of emotion, both in expression of and experiencing; indifferent to social relationships. Case Studies.
Schizotypal Personality Disorder: Peculiarities of thinking, odd beliefs, and eccentricities of appearance, behavior, interpersonal style, and thought (e.g., belief in psychic phenomena and having magical powers). Case Studies.
Sofabed Foundation: The non-profit organization that underwrites The Superego Clinic For Analytical Pscience™.
Sputnik Monroe: a professional wrestler from the mid 1940s through the early 1970s. Monroe was a noteworthy figure in Memphis cultural history. During a period where segregation was the norm at public events, he, as the biggest wrestling draw at the time, refused to perform unless black patrons were allowed to sit in any seat at the Ellis Auditorium. At the time, at wrestling matches, as well as any public events, African-Americans were being limited to sit in what was at the time known as the “colored” section. 1:10
Stavros Akrotirianakis: The name of Matt’s pet fish and a guy he went to elementary school with. 1:7
Stork Manwoman: The 1999 Gerber Baby Ultimate Fighting Challenge Champion. 1:2
Textbook Personality Disorder: The rare case of personalization of a dictionary or text book. It’s real, swear to God. Case Studies.
Tooth-AIDS: Just like it sounds. 2:1
Ultimate Fat Kid Dancers: It’s pretty self-explanitory. 1:6
Vyvyan and Cyril Wilde: Oscar Wilde’s sons and namesakes of Vyvyan Pageturner and his man Cyril. 1:11
Wilson’s Dinghy: The syndicated teen drama that is completely made up. 1:5
X: The letter with no entry.
Zartan B: Pharmaceutical acid reflux medication. 1:7