Anna Camp remains completely wonderful in Perfect Harmony, but the series starts not to interest me as in the first episodes. I like this overcoming of the choir members, and how they seek to shape Dr. Arthur into a simple life, but I need more.
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Arthur is learning from the countryside to be more humble and to be close to his friends, and Ginny is the friend he needed for that, only he needs to deal with her anxiety so that she can shine in her choir. The two end up helping each other, and in the middle helping Cash, who has dyslexia.
Putting Ginny to sing was her fear, as she doesn’t like being the highlight, and Arthur uses her technique to be someone else on stage, so she mirrors Dolly Parton. On the night of the microphone she ends up rocking, making her friends happy.
In the midst of this learning, Jax also needs to reconcile his friends Dwayne and Wayne, as Ginny’s ex doesn’t forgive his friend for falling in love and declaring himself for his ex. Only Wayne caused too much in his marriage and Dwayne was always enchanted by her. When they see her singing Wayne comments to her friend that it is impossible not to fall in love with her.
Hope Perfect Harmony give it a stir in the next episode, because I must stop here otherwise …