Next HarGreeny was a group of girls, and Don's favourite anime group. They are featured prominently in several episodes of the Chuck Chicken series.
Next HarGreeny's members are entirely anime young girls dressed in green outfits, which is one of the many reasons why Don has placed them as his favourite idol group. They are a parody of the real-life idol group AKB48.
Among the members of their fan club, Don stands out for being one of the few members with a single digit number - he has a 7, a fact which he's complimented out by the bird heroes Wing, Flick and Chuck, which are also fan-club members but with numbers compossed by more digits. Don struggles to obtain all the merchandising of Next HarGreeny: Series 2, such as wall posters and even some dirty magazines, and hopes he will get some pettings from them, specially from the leading member. His admiration from them is so high, and went distressed when they supposedly announced their retirement - albeit this was under effects of Flick Feathers - and reacted in similar manner when they played an April Fool's prank by announcing they would become a black-dressed group.
In "The Kiss", the group are been mention by Don that it was later revealed that some of its members are somehow able to see birds - albeit they do not refer to them with said term-, as seen when the leader of the group approached Don to thank him for helping her little sister. Also, in "Collaboration for Wing", they approached Wing Span and offered him to join their concert with them, which also helps Wing to reach a decision into what would become.
Next HarGreeny/MidoriKB's Members Edit
- Cinthia (nicknamed Amber)
- Boo Boo
- The Japanese name "MidoriKB" is comes from AKB48 and The English names "Next HarGreeny" can come from Fifth Harmony.
- It is stated in "The Kiss" that the lead singer is able to see birds.
In other languages Edit
- French: Vertharmonie
- German: Grun Harmonie
- Italian: Verde Armoniche
- Korean: Nogsaeg Johwa
Don's a huge fan of Next HarGreeny.
Wing joins their concert/collaboration in "The Kiss".