Johnny (The Room)
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Why He Sucks
- Tommy Wiseau does a horrific job of portraying the character.
- Johnny himself is a complete psychopath.
- He has a weird obsession with laughing, sex, and football.
- Like the actor who portrays him, his origins are completely shrouded with mystery.
- Though despite that, he has a lot of friends and is a successful businessman.
- Also, considering that his fiancée, Lisa, is apparently in her twenties.
- Johnny throws temper tantrums way too often.
- He gets angry over the smallest things possible; for example: When someone touched him, he rudely replied "DON'T touch me, motherfucker!".
- Which reminds you, he is very foul-mouthed as mentioned previously in WHS #6.
- Johnny makes up lies, and terrible ones to boot.
- He believes all women are evil, and thinks all men are good, meaning that he is sexist.
- Which reminds you, he is a hypocrite since he believes all women are evil despite him having sex with his fiancée.
- Johnny is always calm whenever his BFF Mark shows up, regardless of what kind of situation Johnny is in. For example, he is angry, but then all of the sudden he calms down when Mark shows up just because he's his BFF.
The Only Redeeming Quality
- He's responsible for spawning probably the most memes out of any The Room character. Here's a few of the most notable:
- The entire flower shop scene, notably "Hi, doggie!"
- Parts of the rooftop scene, notably "I did not hit her. It's not true. It's bullshit! I did not hit her! I did not! Oh, hi Mark." (WHS #11) and "What a story, Mark!" (WHS #3, #9)
- The way he imitates the sound a chicken makes. "You not good, you... you just a chicken. Cheep, cheep, cheep, cheep, cheep, cheep!"
- "You're lying, I never hit you! You're tearing me apart, Lisa!
- "Everybody betrays me, I fed up with this world!"
- Johnny doesn't drink.
- Tommy Wiseau, the actor who plays Johnny, is very secretive about his life.
- There is one particular scene in the film where Johnny would laugh at domestic abuse stories told by his BFF, Mark. The reason for this is because Wiseau couldn't refrain from laughing despite being told repeatedly by his co-star, Greg Sestero, that domestic abuse isn't funny and the related dialogue was not supposed to be delivered in a comedic fashion.