23 episodes

Carla is a single gal living Brooklyn. Dylan is married with two kids and lives in New Jersey. Both are in their (very) early 40s. They've been friends since 2005, having met each other working as editors at the same magazine publishing company. Every week on FortyNothing the two longtime pals -- so similar and yet so, so different in many ways -- chat about their lives and, in the process, bring a few laughs and perhaps some comfort to their listeners.

FortyNothing is produced by Dylan.

FortyNothing isn't for kids.

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    • 4.4, 19 Ratings

Carla is a single gal living Brooklyn. Dylan is married with two kids and lives in New Jersey. Both are in their (very) early 40s. They've been friends since 2005, having met each other working as editors at the same magazine publishing company. Every week on FortyNothing the two longtime pals -- so similar and yet so, so different in many ways -- chat about their lives and, in the process, bring a few laughs and perhaps some comfort to their listeners.

FortyNothing is produced by Dylan.

FortyNothing isn't for kids.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

TrivTriv ,

Smart and engaging

I'm not usually a fan of podcasts in which the people talk with no predetermined agenda, but these two transcend that formula. They're both very smart (disclosure: I'm an acquaintance and former coworker of Carla's), frequently insightful, often LOL funny, and not the least bit pretentious. Well worth your time and your attention.

Ang Hopskipandajump ,

Getting better and better every week

I really enjoy the addition of guests! They add depth and perspective to the topics at hand and enhance the chemistry you already have. Real conversations. Super relatable. Your vulnerability is admirable. Love you both! Keep up the great work.

Ken K ,

Excellent rapport; real friendship

You can feel the authenticity of this friendship, and it's a treat to hear. Unlike a lot of "two friends talking about stuff" podcasts, Carla and Dylan actually listen to each other and draw out observations from each other. It's a pleasure for the audience compared to pods where the listener feels like he's eavesdropping on a private conversation.

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