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    The Perfect Family (Stressed Eric)

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    They are anything but perfect!

    The Perfect Family is a family of supporting characters from the British adult animated television series Stressed Eric. They are the wealthy, successful, snobbish next-door neighbors of Eric Feeble. The members of the Perfect are:

    • Ray, who shares the same workplace with Eric, but is senior and consistently praised for his fine work.
    • Mrs. Perfect, Ray's wife.
    • Heather, the daughter and only child of Ray and Mrs. Perfect.

    Why They're Not Perfect

    1. Misleading name: They really aren't perfect at all, they're only successful and wealthy.
    2. They are basically two Mary Sues and one Gary Stu.
    3. They are greedy and selfish jerky punks who simply make fun of Eric and his children.
    4. Ray commonly annoys Eric a lot.
    5. Heather commonly bullies Eric's children and makes fun of them.
    6. Plus, Heather is simply an ungrateful jerk.
    7. Their designs are very uncanny, especially Heather.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. Eric actually successfully got back against them in some episodes, and they sure deserve it.
    2. Mrs. Perfect's catchphrase, "How art thou, Eric?", is actually funny.
    3. Ray's design, while still not good, is slighty better than the rest of his family.

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