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Cancelled after 1 season.


* WorstAid: Wayne decides to help Dwayne with a cold by pouring a neti pot full of grain alcohol up his friend's hose.

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* WorstAid: Wayne decides to help Dwayne with a cold by pouring a neti pot full of grain alcohol up his friend's hose.nose.


* ShoutOut: To ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with regular references to upcoming regionals despite the characters not doing much to actually prepare.

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* ShoutOut: To ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with regular references to upcoming regionals despite the characters not doing much to actually prepare.prepare.
* WorstAid: Wayne decides to help Dwayne with a cold by pouring a neti pot full of grain alcohol up his friend's hose.

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* RunningGag: At least once an episode, Jax will mention a movie by the name his very strict religious parents called it rather than its actual name, such as ''[[Film/{{Heathers}} Mean Girls Named Heather Go To Hell]]'' or ''[[Film/RosemarysBaby All Of This Could Have Been Avoided If Rosemary Had Just Baptised Her Baby]]''. Frequently dips into OverlyLongGag territory.

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* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:Turns out Adams didn't murder her husband. He just moved out of town to open a drag bar, and she ran with the assumption.]]

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Adams is brusque and short with pretty much everyone. Bu she's also a good friend to Jenny and absolutely adores Cash.


* RichBitch: Adams owns a good chunk of Conley Fork and the town's surrounding lands. She's also not above flexing her financial muscle to get her way.

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* RichBitch: Adams owns a good chunk of Conley Fork and the town's surrounding lands. She's also not above flexing her financial muscle to get her way.way.
* ShoutOut: To ''Series/{{Glee}}'', with regular references to upcoming regionals despite the characters not doing much to actually prepare.

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* IdiotBall: Arthur somehow thinks itís a good idea to tell off his hairstylist in the middle of a dye job rather than wait until itís over. He ends up with pink hair.

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* DodgyToupee: Pastor John Magnus wears an obvious wig, which Arthur subtly mocks him for.

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* OneSteveLimit: Downplayed with Wayne and Dwayne. The fact that they're often together and in love with the same woman can complicate things a bit.


Arthur Cochran is a former [[IvyLeagueForEveryone Princeton]] music instructor who recently moved to rural Kentucky as it was his wife's dying wish to be buried in her hometown. Struggling as a widower, he finds himself drunk and contemplating suicide when the horrifically out-of-tune choir of the Second First Church of the Cumberlands distracts him and causes him to angrily stomp into their practice to point out their many flaws. Realizing that they desperately need help, the choir persuades Arthur to become their new director and giving him a new, if unwanted, purpose in life.

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Arthur Cochran is a former [[IvyLeagueForEveryone Princeton]] music instructor who recently moved to rural Kentucky as it was his wife's dying wish to be buried in her hometown. Struggling as a widower, he finds himself drunk and contemplating suicide when the horrifically out-of-tune choir of the Second First Church of the Cumberlands distracts him and causes him to angrily stomp into their practice to point out their many flaws.

Realizing that they desperately need help, the choir persuades Arthur to become their new director and giving him a new, if unwanted, purpose in life.

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* EasilyForgiven: Wayne becomes furious at learning Dwayne is in love with Ginny, threatening the two's lifelong friendship. However, in the course of a single episode, Wayne forgives Dwayne because he knows how wonderful Ginny is and the two go back to being friends.


* DeadpantSnarker: Arthur has a snide remark for every occasion.

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* DeadpantSnarker: DeadpanSnarker: Arthur has a snide remark for every occasion.

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''Perfect Harmony'' is an Creator/{{NBC}} {{Sitcom}} starring Creator/BradleyWhitford and Creator/AnnaCamp that debuted in 2019.

Arthur Cochran is a former [[IvyLeagueForEveryone Princeton]] music instructor who recently moved to rural Kentucky as it was his wife's dying wish to be buried in her hometown. Struggling as a widower, he finds himself drunk and contemplating suicide when the horrifically out-of-tune choir of the Second First Church of the Cumberlands distracts him and causes him to angrily stomp into their practice to point out their many flaws. Realizing that they desperately need help, the choir persuades Arthur to become their new director and giving him a new, if unwanted, purpose in life.

!This series provides examples of:

* AmicableExes: Ginny and Wayne are trying desperately to be civil for the sake of Cash, their son. Clashes occur, unfortunately.
* BassoProfundo: Dwayne has a deep and resonant voice.
* TheBigGuy: Dwayne is by far the largest member of the choir. Wayne can't get him to budge with an angry tackle.
* DeadpantSnarker: Arthur has a snide remark for every occasion.
* GranolaGuy: Dwayne is revealed to be a vegan and enjoys hunting for truffles in the woods.
* HollywoodToneDeaf: When first introduced, the choir is horrifically out-of-tune. Arthur soon fixes this by getting the voices into balance and forcing members to sing in their natural ranges.
* LastNameBasis: Adams is only referred to by her last name.
* MistakenForCheating: The town's rumor mill goes into overdrive claiming Ginny cheated on Wayne. Wayne revels in the female sympathy this nets him but finally has to publicly declare that there was no infidelity in their marriage.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The Second First Church of the Cumberlands choir is made up of a group of clashing voices and personalities. Arthur's challenge is to try and get all of them to gel.
* RichBitch: Adams owns a good chunk of Conley Fork and the town's surrounding lands. She's also not above flexing her financial muscle to get her way.

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