Re: Take two
When you are filming a movie, each time you try to shoot a scene, it's a "take."
If you have to try it again, it's "take 2."
Sometimes you'll hear someone say "Wow, we got it in one take." (They got the final version the first time they tried.) Sometimes you might hear something like "It took 25 takes to get that scene right." (They had to run through it 25 times to get the final version.)
It has expanded beyond the movie/TV business to mean anything you have to try again to get right.
I don't know what the editorial was about, but it seems to mean these two people will try again to make something work between them.
EDIT: Oh, and welcome to the forums!
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.