Playlist · by spamkjg
13 episodes, 18 hours 40 mins
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 9): Getting the Boot
Scientology leader David Miscavige and his team gently kick Ross out of a church rally, Carrie tries to go back to attend an anti-psychiatry event at the church, and one of them accidentally gets invited to L. Ron Hubbard's birthday party (and goes).
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 8): The Purification Rundown Rundown
Ross prepares for Scientology's hardcore detox program, in which he'll sweat out his toxins in a sauna and chug niacin until he's free of the harmful effects of... peas? Plus, when they're found out, will Ross and Carrie be kicked out of Scientology?
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 7): The Way to Happiness
Ross and Carrie review "The Way to Happiness," a 70-page booklet that is IN NO WAY affiliated with Scientology, other than being written by its founder, L. Ron Hubbard. Hear about their visit to the group that distributes this life-changing tome.
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 6): The Celebrity Center
We can't think of a better way to spend a Sunday morning than to enjoy brunch at the Scientology Celebrity Center. Just try to avoid the breaking-into-the-industry course down the hall. Learn how Tom Hanks made it, and learn how to maximize your confront!
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 5): L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition
Ross and Carrie visit the L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition. Let your eyes widen as you hear the various questionable biographical details of the founder's life, from being the youngest-ever Eagle Scout to performing microbiological studies... by himself.
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 4): Dianetics and Volcanoes
The "fun" continues as Ross and Carrie get certified in Dianetics. The pair spend 22 hours at the Church over one weekend, learning how experiences are encoded in our cells, what an "engram" is, and how to audit your friends for neither fun, nor profit.
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 3): Create-Create-Create
Ross tells the story of being the only student in Scientology's "advanced" personal efficiency course.
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 2): We Stand Tall
Ross continues taking his Personal Efficiency course, and Carrie visits the semi-exclusive Scientology New Year's party. Who's accidentally sent into a Sea Org meeting? Who gets a free Church membership? What's an "upset"? And who the heck is Ross Blocker?
Ross and Carrie Inventory Their Personalities: Myers-Briggs Edition
Ross and Carrie take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to find out what makes them tick. Is personality testing an unscientific fad, or are there really 16 kinds of people? Is Carrie secretly introverted? Does Ross have commitment problems? Let's see!
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 1): Going Preclear
Ross and Carrie walk over to “Big Blue”, Scientology’s L.A. Ideal Org. They come for the free personality test, but stay for two additional tests and a sales pitch. Do they sign up for classes? Is this the investigation we’ve all been waiting for?
Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 10): All Are Welcome
Ross and Carrie return to Scientology to watch a play authored by L. Ron Hubbard, and check out the largest Scientology church in North America: the less than a year old Church of Scientology of the Valley. Are Ross and Carrie SPs? Will there be quiche?!
Ross and Carrie Clear Things Up: E-meter Edition
A listener sends Ross and Carrie a vintage E-Meter, so they try some basic auditing on the hard-to-obtain machine. Then, they compare it to a later model with an 80s flair. Will Ross be electrocuted by old wiring? Can Carrie achieve a floating needle?
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