An endearing comedy which stars Dunne as the mayor of a small Vermont town who inherited her position five years earlier upon the death of her husband. She retains the position more out of family honor than political aspirations. She soon becomes the target of a cupid's arrow shot by her father-in-law, Coburn. When lightning strikes a statue of Dunne's dead husband and knocks off its head, Coburn takes this as a sign to find his daughter-in-law another husband. He sends her off to New York to hire a sculptor, Boyer, and, he hopes, to fall in love. At Dunne's first meeting with Boyer, the sculptor, thinking she is one of his models, asks her to take off her clothes. Not surprisingly, she is offended and returns to Vermont. He follows and agrees to sculpt the statue. Romance soon blossoms between the pair, but not without complications. Dunne's daughter, Freeman, mistakenly assumes Boyer is in love with her, while Dunne makes a pitch for Freeman's teenage boy friend, Courtland. When Courtland finally works up the courage to kiss Dunne, the entire situation goes haywire. By the finale Dunne and Boyer are rightfully paired as are Freeman and Courtland. TOGETHER AGAIN doesn't take itself too seriously, nor does it make any attempts at social relevance. What results is a lightweight dose of fun and humor.