Angelica Charlotte Pickles is the mean, rude and ridiculously spoiled older cousin of Tommy and Dil Pickles. She's often seen bullying and making fun of her cousins and their friends. She'll say or do anything in order to get what she wants, even though it normally just gets her in to serious trouble most of the time. Angelica is most likely associated with Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Her characteristics fit most of the symptoms of being narcissistic - she's self-centered, constantly seeking attention and admiration, considers herself better than the babies, believes she's entitled to special treatment and has arrogant behavior and attitude. She's often jealous of her friend, Susie Carmichael, even though she considers her her best friend who is as mature as she is. In the episode, "Driving Miss Angelica" shown below, after Angelica "saves Chuckie's life", he unwittingly becomes her "personal slave" in which he is subject to Angelica's bossy, cruel, and nasty treatment. In the episode, when Chuckie spots a piece of candy out on the sidewalk, he crawls over to it, but is almost hit by four big wheel-riders, until Angelica pulls him out of the way. It turns out she just didn't want the candy to get smushed and that's why she "saved" Chuckie: this alone highlights her conceited, selfish, and vain demeanor. When Chuckie expresses his gratitude and says that he will do anything in return, Angelica makes him become his personal "slave": taking advantage of him although she saved him for the wrong reason. She makes him bring her some toys and crayons, but when her dad tells her to clean her room, she orders Chuckie to do it. In the episode, Angelica mistreats Chuckie, pushing him down the stairs, constantly whining, not sharing with him, etc. Even her father says, "she can't always have everything she wants"; but Angelica gets furious and says "he better be kidding". Symptoms of Narcissism that Angelica clearly convey are a grandiose sense of self-importance, a need for excessive admiration, an arrogant and haughty behavior pattern and attitude, extreme envy, constant exploitation of others (this is depicted in "Driving Miss Angelica"), and a strong sense of entitlement (as seen in "Angelica's Worst Nightmare"). Additionally, Angelica's character is synonymous with Freud's id. The id is the part of your personality that driven by the pleasure principle, which strives for immediate gratification of all desires, wants, and needs. If these needs are not satisfied immediately, the result is a state of anxiety, aggression, or tension-- which Angelica displays when she doesn't get her way.