That's a joke at my expense, as in And after all that discussion they didn't show up—that's one on me. This phrase must be distinguished from
that's a new one on me, which means “this is the first time I've heard of or seen that” (as in A checkerboard rug—that's a new one on me). Both idioms can be used with other personal pronouns (for example,
that's one on you) and date from the early 1900s.