Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me — episode cover image of a nude woman in an artistic pose with the tagline: "True Love Knows No Shame"

Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me


Bjorn & Eva Olsen are together at last!

After a heated tangle with his wife’s vindictive ex-girlfiriend and sister wife Goldie, Bjorn is still weighing his options. Is it better to say nothing and risk driving his wife to react in a way that would escalate Goldie’s vendetta? Or should he tell his wife he believes they may be in danger?

This week we trip down memory lane to Bjorn’s distant past to a hooker named Simone with magical fingertips, a chinchilla cooxxe, and a big round booty. She hasn’t been seen around in years.

Wonder why…


Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode 015: Touch Me, Tease Me was written, performed and produced by Maxximillian Dafoe with production assistance from creator-audio dramatist James Oliva (Greater Boston  audio drama podcast)—check out his psychedelic noir audio drama, What’s The Frequency, here.

Musical features for Mollyville Modern Radio Drama Episode: 015 Touch Me, Tease Me

  • “Everything’s Nice” by Jingle Punks
  • “BirdBrainz” by Otis McDonald
  • “Heart Break” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Champ” by Gunnar Olsen
  • “Namaste” by Audionautix
  • “Lude Illa” by Joe Bagale
  • “I Am Running Down The Long Hallway of Viewpoint Elementary School” by Chris Zabriskie
  • “Smooth Sailing (with Guitar)” by Audionautix
  • “Chill – Disco Ultralounge” by Kevin MacCleod
  • “Nice To You” by Vibe Tracks
  • “Fingers” by Otis McDonald


  • “toilet lid closing” by Passmanairgrace of FreeSound
  • “hand dryer public bathroom” by Rivernile7 of FreeSound
  • “Public Bathroom Entrance Door” by AGFX of FreeSound
  • “Bathroom Hand Dryer” by Jose908 of FreeSound
  • “Footsteps On Tile” by Kingsrow of FreeSound
  • “Russians Exiting Men’s Restroom” by bsumusictech of FreeSound
  • “Taking Belt Off” by ftpalad of FreeSound
  • “Vibrator” by toiletrolltube of FreeSound


Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, particularly in stories set in the future. Some of the most famous examples are 1984 and Brave New World. Dystopian societies appear in many subgenres of fiction and are often used to draw attention to real-world issues regarding society, environment, politics, economics, religion, psychology, ethics, science, and/or technology.

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