74 episodes

Alexandra Tweten (@byefelipe) and Alison Stevenson (Vice) are perpetually single in Los Angeles. The pair share what they’ve learned from the hundreds (seriously) of online dates they’ve been on and dissect the pros and cons of being single in a dating-app world. Each episode features personal stories, games, and guests with nuggets of advice about being single.

V Single Alexandra Tweten & Alison Stevenson

    • Comedy
    • 4.6, 123 Ratings

Alexandra Tweten (@byefelipe) and Alison Stevenson (Vice) are perpetually single in Los Angeles. The pair share what they’ve learned from the hundreds (seriously) of online dates they’ve been on and dissect the pros and cons of being single in a dating-app world. Each episode features personal stories, games, and guests with nuggets of advice about being single.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
123 Ratings

123 Ratings

Kathryn466 ,

Loving this podcast!

Love how real these two are!

RoryMaryStewary ,

Love You Guys!

Look forward to listening to you guys every week, always something fun / insightful, but I want to comment on your recent guest Shani Silver. I get why you had her on, but she misrepresents herself. I used to read her column (I have to actively avoid it now because it puts me a foul mood everytime I do), but her column is SO bitter, angry, and not at all funny. As a single woman, I wish people would stop giving her a platform. She is not at all happy to be single, doesn't date (because she admittedly never gets asked on second dates) and is such a poor example of a single person. She blames society for everything when in fact she should take a look at herself. I wish Refinery29 would give her column to one of you guys instead. I guarantee either of your could actually write something funny.

profwigglebottom ,

Insufferable

I have been listening to this since the beginning and really wanted to like it. I follow both of them + byefelipe on Instagram so it seemed like a sure thing but good god...I hate to say it but they just sound so dumb sometimes and not in a fun or silly way. They also need to learn how to do patreon bonus content right — stopping literally mid-conversation is more than aggravating. But what really pushed me over the line to unsubscribe and to give it 1-star is they just interviewed a therapist who used the R-word and a) they left it in the episode and b) they didn’t address it either the interview or the intro. Can’t help but wonder if they would do that if a guest used any other offensive slur...

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