We report the first fast switchable multiwavelength optical parametric oscillator based on aperiodic optical superlattice technology. The constructed aperiodically poled lithium niobate (APPLN) integrates the functionalities of two quasi-phase-matching devices on a chip to work simultaneously as an electro-optic (EO) switchable notch-like filter and a multiline optical parametric downconverter. When such an APPLN is built in a 1064-nm-pumped optical resonator system, we achieve the oscillation of dual signals at 1540 and 1550 nm, for a single signal at 1540 nm, and a single signal at 1550 nm in the system when the 3-cm-long APPLN is driven by 0 V, 354 V, and 805 V, respectively. The switching among the three signal spectra is operationally simple and electro-optically fast. The electro-optically switched signals also feature enhanced power spectral density due to the unique EO gain-spectrum filtering mechanism employed in this work.