"For all of Tommy's issues with women, it should be said that he does try throughout The Room to provide his female characters with emotions and activities he regards as realistic. Unfortunately, these womanly emotions and activities usually involve sitting around, shopping, drinking wine, gossiping, getting banged, or some combination thereof. Tommy's female characters have no inner dimension at all; they're idealized, but halfheartedly. From Tommy's artistic perspective, a woman is someone who's supposed to be on the couch when a man gets home, someone who's supposed to know to order her man a pizza when he has a bad day, someone who's been trained to regard a dozen roses as a gift of universe-exploding significance," (Sestero 125)
In Tommy's view, women exist to decorate men. He considers women to be a prize for a man-hence, Juliette's character,Lisa, is admired by almost all male characters in the movie.