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kelpfoot - 2008-05-14

-5 because Tommy Davis does not, in fact, shoot Scientology in the foot (not even metaphorically).

+4 because no one brings the crazy like a Scientologist.

citrusmirakel - 2008-05-14

Playing the song "Never Gonna Give You Up" is an act of terrorism.

Also: Never ask a scientologist a question. They won't answer it. They will simply pitch.

DrDoalot - 2008-05-14

I wonder what the difference is between something being true, and something being unrecognizable to you.

Dinkin Flicka - 2008-05-14

In case you missd it, I think the part where he shoots it in the foot is when he has to chance to clear up any misconceptions about Scientology but instead just plugs his product, minces english and looks really confused, lost, scared, and like a child molester.

Crucifried - 2008-05-14

"You can walk into any church. You can't walk out, but...

SHIT! I gave it away!"

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-05-14

He basically avoided answering any questions in lieu of encouraging visits to Scientology centers. Come to us, he whispers, hoping that the remnants of this thought will awaken those he has chosen.

I just think it would be really funny if Scientologists were more worried about ruining the surprise. Much like the end to The Crying Game, and the discovery of the hole in the ozone layer, learning of Xenu's whereabouts brings about a mix of uncertainty and unholy terror. And when the secret is finally revealed, why, it's better than a trip to Disneyland! If you had long believed Disneyland to be a lie invented by members of the press corps.

For deep down in chambers long forgotten by man, lay the real secrets, the real knowledge kept by L. Ron Hubbard and his most trustworthy assistants. The foundations of temples buried in stone, where from comes gravity and the Santa Ana winds, perched on top of a moon sized worm that slumbers while above tourists gawk at plastic figurines of Lucille Ball. Robed men service great purposes, and strange eldritch idols lay in dark tunnels for abasement. Rejoice, yonder acolytes! The time for most dreaded Xenu is yours! Ia! Ia! Fgathn Xenu!

So, yeah, I can understand where he's coming from.

Tstyle - 2008-05-14

Never trust anyone that uses the phrase 'here's the thing...'

whatever comes next is either dodge or plain bullshit.

Princess v2.1 - 2008-05-14

Praise Xenu

Aubrey McFate - 2008-05-15

5:12 - That's a pretty damn expensive encyclopedia.

I love how his response to "please clarify your religion" is "NO, COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF"

Random - 2008-05-15

Big ups to whats-his-name for calling out Davis on the epileptic seizure stuff.

KnowFuture - 2008-05-15

Isn't this the same dickhead who continually hounded the BBC Panorama guy who did the thing about Scientology?

Hooper_X - 2008-05-15


He's still a master of evasion. Wow. I don't think he directly answered a single goddamn question.

"You should totally come and try Scientology and then you can know what it's about!"
"Well, you basically have to try it to understand!"
"You just have to try it to see what it's really about!"


Hugo Gorilla - 2008-05-15

I love that they're taking "Anonymous" seriously.

zatojones - 2008-05-15

exploding van

kingarthur - 2008-05-15

You expect us to fall for this? Really? Do you think we're in grade school? This whole interview feels like trying to get straight answers out of a timeshare condo scam.

Pie Boy - 2008-07-03

as soon as anonymous comes up the v mask just sliiiiides into place.

EVILdogshu - 2008-09-11

I was convinced that I was going to see Tommy Davidson fanatically defending scientology.

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