Here is a dialog from a post on an English learning blog.
M: Do we need to get together to plan our seminar?
W: Is there anything wrong with right now?
Is there anything wrong with the dialog?
Below is what I thought. It's marked as hidden in case you want to answer the question without any influence.
I think the dialog makes it sound like "get together" implies getting together in the future, but in my opinion, it's not so. (To hint that, M.'d better say, "Do we need to get back together ...?") So, it's strange to ask if there is anything wrong with "right now". Also, I think something like "Let's do it now." is more natural if W. wanted to make plan together with M. right away.