Tommy Wiseau and Lisa are David's dad and stepmother from All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 and its blockbuster spinoff The Room.
Both Tommy Wiseau and Lisa are really weird-looking.
Tommy Wiseau has long black hair, a blank expression, and an Eastern European accent. He is often compared to a vampire.
Lisa has blonde hair, a red dress, and looks hot tonight. She uses her supposedly hot body to seduce Mark, Johnny's best friend.
Tommy Wiseau is friendly and outgoing, always eager to toss a football around and chat with his friends about their problems. He's incredibly devoted to Lisa, buying her flowers for no particular reason, even forgiving her for slandering him. He has a generous nature, as he pays for David's tuition despite having nothing to gain from it. He's a teetotaler, though it doesn't take much persuasion to get him drunk and he's seen drinking at his birthday party.
Tommy Wiseau has a habit of talking out loud to himself, regardless of whether or not this provides any exposition for Charlie or the audience. He's considered to be fairly wise, as Charlie and Itchy come to him for advice. To the disbelief of Sasha, a lot of what Tommy Wiseau has to say is limited to interchangeable clichés.
Unfortunately, Tommy Wiseau has a fairly short fuse when he feels betrayed. This flaw is pushed to its limit as the film progresses. It's hinted that he might secretly resent the people and dogs he knows for various unknown reasons, as he complains about how no-one cares about him despite showing up for his birthday party. Mark and David seem to be the only people he genuinely likes, at least until Mark turned on him. He also keeps the gun the drug dealer used to threaten David with. By the end, Tommy Wiseau lashes out at everyone just for being around him when he finds out about Lisa and Mark's tryst. After ending things with Lisa, Tommy Wiseau lets his self-destructive tendencies get the best of him and commits suicide, showing that underneath his cheerful exterior was a fragile and temperamental soul.
For unexplained reasons, Tommy Wiseau keeps framed photographs of a spoon and a corkscrew on his nightstand and a tape recorder with a cassette in his pockets.
In the film, Tommy's friend, Annabelle, who is a psychologist, calls Lisa a "sociopath", (a psychological disorder where a person can feel no emotions, including love) much to the chagrin of Mark, who can only rationalize the affair by believing it is love. Mark's confused emotions lead to him almost killing Peter after a brief fight, when he discovers the affair, but stopping before he can do so. Lisa seems to meet the criteria of a sociopath, likely because of her mother's influence on how she sees men as objects for her own satisfaction. Lisa is portrayed as selfish, manipulative, greedy, Belladona-worshipping, and having no capacity for love, which would fit a sociopath's description. However, she is still shown to have a caring side to her as she tried to comfort David after he was nearly killed by Chris-R and Red. After Tommy Wiseau committed suicide, Lisa still stayed with David and Charlie to comfort them.
Another culprit is that Lisa seems to have Borderline Personality Disorder, meeting six of the nine criteria for the mental illness, as according to the National Institute of Mental Health. These include rocky and short lived relationships, often veering from extreme closeness and love (idealization) to extreme dislike or anger (devaluation), impulsive and dangerous behaviors, mood swings, inappropriate anger, paranoia and feeling empty or bored.
Based on Lisa's behavior, it is entirely possible (if not plausible) that she has both sociopathy (using others for her own amusement and not being able to feel empathy) and Borderline Personality Disorder (being without a sense of self and being prone to rapidly changing opinions about the people in her life). This better explains Lisa's actions, as it is apparent that not even she understands why she does what she does.
Tommy Wiseau is a banker living in San Francisco. He mentions being from out of town, though it's never mentioned where he originally came from. He used to work as a busboy, which was how he met Lisa, managing to charm her just by saying "Hi". Eventually, Tommy Wiseau got a job at a bank and befriended various characters such as Mark, Peter, Steven, Charlie, Itchy, Sasha, Bess, Annabelle, and Mike.
At the beginning of the film, Tommy Wiseau is happily engaged to Lisa. Lisa has become inexplicably dissatisfied with Tommy, confiding to her best friend Belladonna and her mother Claudette that she finds him boring. Lisa seduces Mark, and they begin an affair that continues throughout the film, even as Mark more than once tries to break it off. Lisa, meanwhile, having come to the realization that she "wants it all", decides to stay with Tommy Wiseau because he is a successful banker who has promised to buy her a house. As the wedding date approaches and Tommy Wiseau's clout at his bank slips, Lisa alternates between glorifying and vilifying Tommy Wiseau to her family and friends, both making false accusations of domestic abuse and defending Tommy Wiseau against criticisms.
The film has several subplots involving secondary characters, which make up a significant portion of the film. David, a neighboring high-school student whom Tommy Wiseau supports and loves like a son, has a mysterious run-in with a drug dealer and a demon cat named Red and struggles with an attraction to Lisa, although he mentions a dog named Sasha La Fleur that he intends to marry. Claudette mentions real estate problems, failed relationships, and that she has breast cancer. Belladonna's boyfriend, Killer, is shamed by Lisa and Claudette walking in on him having sex with with Belladonna in Tommy Wiseau and Lisa's living room. Peter, a psychologist friend of Tommy Wiseau's and Mark's, initially expresses shock at Lisa's infidelity only to assess her as a sociopath the next day, prompting Mark to try and throw him off of a roof. Tommy Wiseau takes on a mysterious client at the bank whose identity he is sworn to protect. (It turns out to be Red in disguise.) Claudette tries to convince Tommy Wiseau to lend a friend of hers some money and it's implied that this is all a front so that she can mooch off his success. Mark also expresses interest in moving to a larger place as he's making some extra money. Marceline the Vampire Queen struggles to get back together with her girlfriend Princess Bubblegum. Peridot is worried that Yellow Diamond (who she called a clod) will hunt her down. All of these subplots receive only brief exposition, and none are ever resolved.
At Tommy Wiseau's surprise party, Steven Universe, a previously unseen friend of Lisa's and Tommy Wiseau's, catches Lisa kissing Mark while the rest of the guests are outside. Tommy Wiseau announces to the guests that Lisa is pregnant, but then Lisa tells Steven and the Crystal Gems that she lied about her pregnancy. At the end of the evening, Lisa flaunts her affair in front of Tommy Wiseau, and Tommy and Mark get into two altercations. After the party, Tommy Wiseau locks himself in the bathroom, prompting Lisa to make plans to finally leave him for Mark. Tommy Wiseau finally comes out of the bathroom and retrieves a cassette he secretly attached to Lisa's phone, and listens to an intimate call between Lisa and Mark. Claiming that all of his friends have betrayed him, Tommy Wiseau destroys his apartment and then kills himself with a handgun. Belladonna claims his soul and takes it to Hell. David, Charlie, Itchy, Sasha, Mark, and Lisa discover his body sometime later, and Mark, Charlie, Sasha, Itchy, and David blame Lisa for Tommy Wiseau's death and damnation, with Mark declaring he doesn't love Lisa. David asks to be left alone to ease the pain with magic tricks, but Lisa and Mark instead decide to stay and comfort one another as the sound of Red cackling grows louder.
- "Oh hai, Mark!" -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "I don't want to talk about it." -Lisa, to a lot of people
- "Hai, doggy!" -Tommy, to Charlie
- "I just wanted to hear your sexy voice. I keep thinking about your strong hands around my body. It excites me so much." -Lisa, to Mark
- "Waht a stury, Mark!" -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "I'm so happy I have you as my best friend, and I love Lisa so much." Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "Peri, don't plan too much. It may not come out right." -Tommy Wiseau, to Peridot
- "Peri, dun't wurry about that. Lapis loves you too, as a person, as a human bean, as a friend. You know people don' have to say it. They can feeeel it." -Tommy Wiseau, to Peridot on romance
- "I'm not a human, and I'm not a bean. Ugh, clod!" -Peridot to Tommy Wiseau, on the latter's idiocy
- "Yew can lohv someone deep insie yur heart and there is nothurng wrung wiv it. If a lot of people luff each other, the wurld would be a better place to live." -Tommy Wiseau, to Peridot on romance
- "Come on, let's go eat, hah?" Tommy Wiseau, to Peridot
- "YOU ARE TEARING ME APART, LISA!" -Tommy Wiseau, to Lisa
- "I did naht hit her, it's naht true, it's bowlschit! I did naaaght... Oh hai, Mark." -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "Wow, you look great! You look... a baby face..." -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "Anyway, how is yur sex life?" Tommy Wiseau, to Charlie
- "What kind of drugs did you take?!?!" -Lisa, to David
- "There is no baby. I told him that to make it interesting." -Lisa, discussing David's half-brother with Belladonna
- "Don't touch me, mutherfawker. Get out!" -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "You betrayed me, you're naht good. You— You're just a cheecken! CHEEP-CHEEP-CHEEP-CHEEP-CHEEP!" -Tommy Wiseau, to Mark
- "It's naht over! Everybody betray me! I fed up with this WARULD!" -Tommy Wiseau
- "You little prick. I put up with you for seven years. You think you're an angel. You're just like everybody." -Lisa, to Tommy Wiseau
- "I've lost him, but I still have you, right? Right? Mark, we're free to be together. I love you. I love you!" - Lisa, to Mark