When a former Princeton music professor stumbles into choir practice at a small-town church, he finds singers that are out of tune in more ways than one. Despite their differences, he and his new cohorts may just help each other reinvent.
When Arthur is faced with a choir rebellion, he decides - against Ginny's advice - to take on Adams, the group's alpha, at their annual deer hunting trip; Wayne takes Cash on his first hunting trip to teach him how to be a man.
When Ginny tries to step into a new management role at work, Arthur helps her overcome her fears of inadequacy. When Dwayne opts out of a long-standing Halloween tradition, Wayne fears that they are growing apart.