Tom Cruise sounds like a nut job when he talks about his religious beliefs. It seems he’s not the only scientologist with this affliction. Page Six reports on Kirstie Alley:

Alley, listed as a founding member of Scientology’s “Super Power Expansion Project,” gushes about its Florida summit last summer: “I’m walking out an entirely different being, and I mean entirely different … My viewpoint on the fourth dynamic and mankind and other people changed. You know, I liked animals more than people! OK, I liked certain people, but the idea of ‘mankind’ — it really irritated me!” Alley continues: “Then I realized why mankind upset me so much — it’s because I wasn’t taking responsibility! … Now, I have genuine affinity for mankind … I’ve made decisions here, big, crazy, great, brilliant decisions here about the magnitude I’m going to help this group and help this planet, and it’s real … I want everybody in the universe to experience this.”

Further enhancing my amusement, quoted the same passage and added their own comment:

Kirstie Alley then put on a shiny metallic jumpsuit and a scuba mask and handed the interviewer a Lego spaceship. “Commander, tear this ship apart until you’ve found those plans. And bring me the passengers, I want them alive!”, Kirstie Alley was overheard saying.

As for me, I still want to know if Alley’s Lego spacecraft really is a consular ship. If it is, then where is the Ambassador?