The Room is that the lead female character, as written by Tommy Wiseau, is part femme-fatale, part sociopathic she-devil, and all nonsensical cartoon. Lisa, Johnny’s “future wife,” is not so much a character as a projection of Wiseau’s complete misunderstanding of women (as the multiple, excruciatingly long sex scenes reveal, his familiarity with the female anatomy is unclear at best).
She cheats on Johnny because she’s bored but refuses to break up with him, then says that she still cares for him, then calls his best friend Mark over to fuck her on the spiral staircase (not making that up).
Johnny/Tommy and his antiquated view of women: Lisa, that crazy fucking bitch, how dare she treat Johnny so badly. Doesn’t she know how good she has it? Everything about Lisa is ridiculous,
The sexist/condescending remarks are usually aimed at Lisa, who is told by her mother, her friend Michelle, and pretty much everyone else that she can’t support herself and that she needs Johnny to take care of her.