What does "get me Mark on the phone" mean here?
To "get someone on the phone" is usually used to mean that you call someone. The idea is that you establish a phone connection so you can talk with someone. It can also be used to ask someone else to call or speak to someone on the phone or join in on the current phone conversation, which is how it is being used here. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "get" and "on." Ex: Get Ryan on the phone—he's the only one that can sort out this mess. Ex: I think we should get Jane on the phone.
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