If there’s one thing Scientologists hate more than quack psychologists, it’s lunatic physicists with their science and logic backed hypothesis about the universe. As anyone who’s bothered to learn the truth about space things and such can tell you, Stephen Hawking was out of his goddamn mind. It’s no wonder the inimitable mind of Kirstie Alley felt the need to take the foolish little man down a peg with a eulogy befitting the charlatan who wouldn’t know a thetan if it hit him between the eyes.
And on the next episode of the Scientology Network’s CSI (Church of Scientology Investigation): Clearwater, Detective Tommy Girl continues to investigate the threats against his precious church. “So the question becomes, Detective Johnny T, does ice cream make you gay…” *puts on sunglasses* “Or do gays make ice cream?”
Move over Comedy Central, because there’s a new hilarious comedy channel coming up on the scene. Your DirecTV DVR, Roku or Apple TV device will soon start to reek of lukewarm bullshit and burnt Thetans (which strangely enough, smell exactly like lukewarm bullshit), because The Hollywood Reporter says that Scientology has finally delivered a gift to the zero of you who have thought, “I really love all of these Scientology commercials and wish there was an entire network filled with them!” Xenu TV, the Scientology Network, will makes it debut on streaming services and DirecTV tonight. So if want to give Scientology some hits, and also want a reason to heave up your lungs tonight, you know what to watch.
Mike Rinder and Leah Remini are going all in with their support of fellow ex-cultist and accused sexual assaulter Paul Haggis. In a joint statement posted to Mike Rinder’s blog, the anti-Scientology Scooby gang of two use the old “he’s a good man” argument, and added that the charges against Paul might be a deep pocketed Scientology hit job.
I’m sure many people, myself included, were hoping and praying for some high drama at the Golden Globes last night. The moment Elisabeth Moss’ name was called as the winner for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama for The Handmaid’s Tale I braced myself for a messy moment. I was disappointed.
After the tragedy that happened in Las Vegas on Sunday night, many people (famous and regular) gave their thoughts on why mass shootings keep happening. Kirstie Alley thinks she knows why, and her unsolicited hypothesis is chock full of Scientology craziness.
Every morning, Leah Remini applies a fresh coat of La Mer facial moisturizer while a minion reads off the latest direct deposit royalty payment from her King Of Queens fortune. After she sends the assistant off, she lowers the lights, ignites a few candles, and then proceeds to chant the name of every one of her Scientologist ex-friends and accomplices that she can’t wait to take down on A&E since that’s how a vengeful bitch pulls an Arya Start in Tinseltown these days. While I can’t confirm Leah’s skincare regiment, I would almost bet money on the Game Of Thrones ritual since, when she’s not replacing actresses on Memaw network CBS, she’s all about calling out members past and present of Hollywood’s most sacred bathhouse: the Church of Scientology.
While J Harvey brought the tea this weekend that Leah outed Jada Pinkett-Smith as a Scientologist, Jada went on Twitter this morning to say she dabbles in a lot of religions, but that doesn’t mean you should label her by whatever curtains she slips through. Continue reading