Kirstie Alley’s new TV reality series “Kirstie Alley’s Big Life” on A&E, has been described as an “infomercial for Scientology” and we heartily agree. Personally we are fans of Kirstie as an actress and a personality, but our admiration is marred by her devotion to Scientology. Along with her show, Kirstie has hatched a weight loss system that she brazenly promoted on Oprah the other day. The system called ”Organic Liaison” consists of eating plans and powder mixtures to suppress appetite. It costs $139 to start with the “Rescue Kit” plus annual membership of $89 and many extras. The company is run by Scientologists near their Clearwater, Florida headquarters. Kirstie has put Scientology into the weight loss business! We’d rather give our money to Jenny Craig.


Posted by Janet on March 1, 2010

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  1. By L'il Off Broadway
    On March 1, 2010 at

    For those who don’t know: Several fools who were in Scientology have died because of strange medicine and powder mixtures. In fact, Lisa Marie Presley almost died a few years ago. She had flu or pneumonia and she was put on a strict Scientology medicine concoction. Maybe this weight loss powder will make many sick and Scientology will be exposed for the demonic cult that it is.

  2. By Palermo
    On March 1, 2010 at

    I hope nobody gives her a nickel, cause it’s all going straight to the cult; and speaking of which, why haven’t they been able to cure her of her eating “disease”? If they are so all-powerful?

  3. By Bettye Bluejay
    On March 1, 2010 at

    A guess: Scientology must secretly promise to make straight, family-oriented people out of celebreties who ain’t. It’s not working for any of them, apparently.

  4. By SebastianCanada
    On March 1, 2010 at

    If Scientology was so helpful, and Alley was so smart, wouldn’t she have lost the weight – and kept it off – a long long time ago? Seems the church is full of Z-list celebs, fatties, and closeted homosexuals. And I, as a lapsed Catholic, though my former religion was full of freaks and perverts!

  5. By Kevin Federline
    On March 1, 2010 at

    This huge cow has never been able to get or keep her fat off so what makes her think she qualifies to give advice to anybody else? What a joke! She’s got to be insane! And that powdered shit sounds way overpriced compared to what else is out there and availible and has been for years, with success already, and doesn’t have whales for spokespeople. How STUPID!! Hell, even her dog is fat!!

  6. By logic
    On March 1, 2010 at

    Maybe fat girl should wire her jaws, that way she could lose the extra baggage.
    Just saying…

  7. By Patricia
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Oprah is disgusting for promoting this cult crap.

  8. By captain america
    On March 3, 2010 at

    a secret: THE FATTER AMERICANS ARE…………the dumber.

  9. By Lenny
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Hollywood and their cults. She will not lose the weight.

  10. By pusssykatt
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Sebastian, your comment:
    “Seems the church is full of Z-list celebs, fatties, and closeted homosexuals.” is so true and I often wonder why anyone would consider joining this circus. They come across as freaks!

  11. By hell0
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Christie how can you be a spokeswoman for a product you can stand behind of and noone will can see that it works? If it didn’t work for you how can sell it that it works for other people?

  12. By KateMae
    On March 3, 2010 at

    What you need to do is stop eating so much. Period. Then add some exercise. The weight will go. The problem so many of us have is that we expect weight to disappear faster than it took to put it on. Then we use fad diets, powders, gimmicks, special foods, purges, etc. instead of committing to long-term work. If permanent weight loss is what you want, you have to be patient, take it slow, and buy something fabulous that you have to shrink to wear!

  13. By Noblecascade
    On March 3, 2010 at

    I am so turned off by this woman. She used to be beautiful but now she is mean and spiteful. If she was selling tickets to heaven I wouldn’t buy one from her.

  14. By Hilary
    On March 3, 2010 at

    KateMae: Thanks for your comments — I completely agree w/ you. 🙂 Our family is following Michael Pollan’s guidance: “Eat real food, not too much, mostly green.” Interesting — Jack Lalanne basically said the same thing 50 years ago. For us, this means shopping at farmers’ markets, doing our best to eat NO chemically laden foods, buying meat that is minimally processed, and exercising! We all feel GREAT! If Kirstie were to follow this advice, the weight would come off — and stay off.

  15. By imominous
    On March 3, 2010 at

    “Oprah is disgusting for promoting this cult crap.”

    Indeed. Oprah also pushed the “Urban Warrior” jackass whose sweat lodge seminar went terribly wrong. James Arthur “Death” Ray is an ex-Scientologist doing what Kirstie’s trying to do; extract money from ignorant seekers with quack therapies.

    I would like to see Oprah called to task for promoting every woo woo quack therapy that crosses her desk. This stuff is dangerous, and she should take some responsibility for pushing it.

  16. By Tommy Davis
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Poor Kirstie Alley has psychological problems. She desperately needs attention – any kind of attention – and she’s prepared to embrace any kind of notoriety, if it’ll just keep her in the public eye a little longer. Even the farcical situation of a person who can’t control her weight trying to front a weight-loss product seemed like a good idea, because at least it’ll get people talking about her again.

    We need to take a big step back from the cult of celebrity, as well as the cult of Scientology, and think carefully about just how many lives we’re prepared to destroy for profit. In Alley’s case… likely her own.

  17. By Reta
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Just like she did with the Jenny Craig, she is a fool who stood in front of the cameras filming commercials claiming to be thinner when all people with eyes could tell she wasn’t. This powdered crap will be the same, because she can’t quit stuffing her face! If she COULD she wouldn’t have gotten to be the size of a whale to begin with! She always lies about her weight too. Just ONCE I’d like for someone to really weigh her and say what it is because she always claims it is way below the real number and it’s so rediculously higher I just can’t belive she thinks everybody believes that shit!
    When she came out on Oprah in that so-called “bikini” that was a huge bathing suit that didn’t reveal anything and she also had on some stupid slimming thing with a seam up the middle of her belly and covered her legs like sausage casings, she looked like a complete fool. She claimed to have lost 75 pounds then. She STILL looked like a huge blimp! Until she gets real and starts telling the truth with herself, she’ll never lose the weight.
    And I can’t stand her aweful pinched one sided face. It’s like each side of her face belongs to two different people. One side is relaxed and the other side is all drawn up in a snarling pinch!

  18. By Belissa
    On March 3, 2010 at

    Love these comments! It sounds like no one “buys” Kirstie’s game. Now if only no one (but Scientologists) will BUY her latest game.

    Eat less, move more, be honest — that’s the only weight-loss plan a person needs.

  19. By Jasper's Goat
    On March 3, 2010 at

    This pic of her has been highly doctored. She has a gump chin and a twisted face. I don’t think she will ever lose weight, I believe her thyroid is screwed up. When you lose, gain, lose, gain, like Oprah, it’s almost impossible. Her only hope at love is to maybe find one of those perverts that date only fatties.

  20. By MamaSan
    On March 3, 2010 at

    That Scientology powder mixture probably contains unspeakable items that would make a dog barf. No matter though, if Scientology promotes it, the brain-dead fat Scientologists will buy it, and to hell with the cost.

  21. By Michelle
    On March 3, 2010 at

    If good reviews come out of Organic Liaison, then who cares if it is related to scientology? If this works as claimed, then Organic Liaison will be worth buying.

  22. By Lenny
    On March 4, 2010 at

    She and Carnie Wilson are in the same boat. They both love food and hate to exercise, bad combination.

  23. By Tiger
    On March 4, 2010 at

    Scientology – FAIL Kirstie Alley – FAIL
    Anyone who supports this show – FAIL

    Got Jesus??

  24. By dandy lion
    On March 4, 2010 at


    Scientology totally leaves out Jesus and His free gift of salvation. This fact assures that everyone who follows Scientology will forever burn in the Lake of Fire.

  25. By JennaJuniper
    On March 4, 2010 at

    I got suckered in to Kirstie Alley’s message it was an impulsive purchase first thing Monday morning. 1 hour later I regretted it I read Organic Liaison was connected to Scientology. I called OL try and cancel it and they told me they took “care of it” That night the funds were on hold at my bank. I called OL again on Tuesday morning and again I was told – no problem that cancellation went through. I filled out a “Customer Support Form” expressing my concerns. I recieved a call just last night from OL “customer service” with a ” message””if there’s anything we can do for you etc.. Today – that funds In the bank were processed to the tune of $161.99! What a bunch of frauds. New company already showing they are unethical, Kirstie – you should be ashamed. I want my money back!your customer service say was “all taken care” of I don’t even want the product
    and I’ll dump it in the Toilet when it arrives in the mail.
    the Web site Changed its policy in the last 2 hours stating “there are NO REFUNDS” how that for ethical!

  26. By vswilson
    On March 6, 2010 at

    What a sad turn of events,during her days on Cheers,and being married to Parker Stevenson
    Kirstie Alley was a star who lived in a mansion filled with treasures surrounded by all types of animals.To be courted by Jenny Craig,and lose weight,and then to be pictured
    encouraging Valerie Bertinelli to lose weight
    and then fall that hard off the wagon,there has to be some underlining issues.Going on Oprah claiming to have lost 75 pounds, you set yourself up for failure.Now I do not know about this mix and match concoction that Kirstie is now peddling,but she would be better off to stop dieting, and start living by joining Weight Watchers.The alive portion of the brain will tell you that if you have to “fork over” this amount of money
    to suppress your appetite and “cough up” even more for membership,you are in the wrong aisle for “rabbit food”.Now I do not claim to be smarter than the average bear,
    but if you want to spend some money on suppressing your appetite,go to GNC and try something like Full Bars.For about $20 bucks
    follow the directions on the box,and see you will be less hungry,and more open to eatting some real food without the risk of ruining what you have left of your good health.This topic is not about me, but I will mention to my co-writers that after taking my Full Bar
    yesterday with a glass of water, as usual I was not hungry.Last night I went to an Oscar themed birthday celebration,and there were appetizers, and later dinner served,which I enjoyed.Later there was the beautiful birthday case topped with coconuts,I enjoyed a slice of cake and was satisfied,without the urge to “wolf”down another slice.The reason that I mentioned Full Bars is because
    if I find something that seems to work without spending a “small fortune” why not share the potential benefits that may help someone else.By all indications what Kirstie is offering is a lost investment,we may not be seeing less weight on Kirstie, but I would not be willing to see less of my hard earned “bread”!!!

  27. By vswilson
    On March 6, 2010 at

    For clarification,I am not a member of Weight Watchers,nor a “paid” endorser of Full Bars.As mentioned, my primary reason is to share something that I feel comfortable with without going into debt!!


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