Judy can’t stand not having a date in three days, let alone trying to fathom her aunt not having a date in years. She kicks into high gear to bring this dry spell to an end. The matchmaking project gets an awkward start, but Judy and the family do all they can to push aunt Lily, and the local librarian together. When the adults settle into their slow, and mellow pace, Judy tries to add some pep to the situation. Can the middle-agers survive the added teenage oomph? We at least get a quick lesson on 1940’s teenage slang. Since Judy messed things up between the older couple, it’s up to her to fix the situation. If she can.
Such drama, but there’s no chance this will backfire… is there?