What a waste of time. He lightly (at best) touched on the subject. THIS IS WHY SHE'S INTERESTING AND RELEVANT AT ALL AS A GUEST NOW. When he did, he pushed his moronic belief that "all religions are the same so why single out Scientology?" (Read "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" dumbass). For instance, the main push for becoming a "religion" in the eyes of the Scientology leadership was ECONOMIC, not spiritual. Hubbard hated the IRS (and vice-versa) and always wanted tax-exempt status. I'm not saying religions are not the oldest cash grab (they are), but they also have strong, historical spiritual underpinnings. He asked Leah questions, and when her responses involved terminology like "suppressive persons," "OT," "Sea Org," "disconnection," "Thetan," etc, instead of following up with a "What is that?" (like a good interviewer would ask, as most of the audience might not know) Howard just moved on. It's for those terms and actions (like forced interrogations that Leah and her mother went through, another failed follow-up by Howard), that this cult is much WORSE than most religions. I feel like Howard's long-lasting sloppy blowjob to Scientology began with his Kirstie Alley interview. He could have had a major, explosive turn around in his lazy interview style with this great get of an insider guest (Remini) who is already willing to be a human tell-all. But now, Howard doesn't want to ruffle ANY feather that might keep him and Gold-Digging-Whore-I mean "Beth" from being invited to ANY celebrities party or being said "Hello" to at a public event. But, like the rest of the Howard Stern Show, the best one word description for what we get now is: LAZY.