Ross And Carrie And Pastor Melissa Scott (Part 1): Enigmatic Evangelical Edition

If you walked into the Faith Center in Glendale, California, or watched Pastor Melissa Scott on her 24/7 religious broadcasts, you would find a widow who took over her late husband's ministry, and who painstakingly parses tiny sections of scripture for sometimes hours at a time, surrounded by an eager, conservative Christian congregation. But what you might miss, if you don't look closely enough, is Pastor Melissa Scott: questionable Bible scholar, secretive profiteer, and former porn star. So, don't worry. Ross and Carrie looked very closely for you. And in this multi-part series, you'll be stunned by what they find.

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Ross and Carrie Vape Essential Oils: MONQ Edition

Sure, essential oils smell nice and cure clubfoot when applied topically (or so we’ve been told)… but what if you atomize the oils and pass their tiny molecules through your nasal passages? Ross and Carrie enlist the help of Jesse Thorn and Jordan Morris to see if vaping with the MONQ Therapeutic Air Device can make them healthy, vibrant, zen, happy, sleepy, and bashful.

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Ross and Carrie Are Information: Dream Reality Cinema Edition

We wish we could tell you exactly what we do in this episode, but we're not even sure. It all starts with us finding a coupon for "dream therapy," a treatment where you sit in a recliner in Beverly Hills and are put into a half-sleep state for an hour so that you can get all the benefits of meditation and dreaming, while a guy (or gal) says vaguely scientific things in your ear. What benefits, you ask? We're not sure. And they don't seem sure, either. But here's one thing we know: it costs $80.

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Ross and Carrie Become Limitless: Nootropics Edition

Ross and Carrie try to enhance their brain power through nootropics, supplements that allegedly improve cognitive function. They down Neuro drinks, take Alpha Brain pills, and swallow L-Theanine, resulting in some very interesting findings. Will their IQs and working memories improve? Or will Ross just have a heart attack in the middle of the show? No one can say. (RIP, Ross.)

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Ross and Carrie Audit Scientology (Part 9): Getting the Boot

You've waited, you've suffered, and here it is: the final episode of our Scientology investigation. Find out how David Miscavige and his team gently kick Ross out of a church rally, what happens when Carrie tries to go back to attend an anti-psychiatry event at the church, and which of them accidentally gets invited to L. Ron Hubbard's birthday party (and goes). Plus, a few facts from Scientology's past, their kooky anti-psychiatry museum, some book recommendations, the inside scoop on who the heck Xenu is, and your questions about our investigation answered.

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