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    We've never gotten along that well, have we?

    I'd be able to tell him you spiked close to 75,000 new viewers since you broke your story.That's 10% in four days.
    Yeah.
    In addition to the haul he brought in after he went crazy at Northwestern.
    He didn't go crazy.
    I'd be able to tell him that 32% of those are in the demo
    Reese.
    and 44% make over 75K, which means we can charge more for 15 and 30s and get out of the wheelchair- selling business.
    And what does he do with that information?
    He stretches out the spill as long as he can.
    That's ratings driving content.
    That's just reality.
    Reese.
    No, I need to be able to do my job.
    Just don't break down the numbers for Will.
    We've never gotten along that well, have we?
    Reese, don't break down the numbers for Will.

    Hi,
    What does that sentence mean? Does that mean two guys in the conversation are not in a good relationship each other?

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    #2

    Re: We've never gotten along that well, have we?

    It's means either that, or that the speaker and Will are not in a good relationship with each other. The context is rather obscure.

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