I hate to double post, but I just saw this Foodfight! gifset that explains what I love so much about the "fandom" it has. Gifset here
Also, I meant to post this before, but I forgot. If you are a fan of The Room, you should definitely check out the book The Disaster Artist
. It came out last year and is written by Greg Sestero, who played Mark. He wrote this book about how he met Tommy Wiseau and how The Room came to be. A lot of stuff about being on set for The Room and what it was like living with Tommy. It's fucking hysterical and makes watching the movie even funnier, because you learn a lot of context for certain scenes and some mysterious questions are answered (why ARE there so many pictures of spoons?). But it's also kind of good in its own unique way, because you have this story of Sestero trying to make it big in Hollywood, and how meeting Tommy in one of his acting classes kind of messes that all up (for better or worse? you judge) and there are actually some kind of touching moments.
If you can, you should listen to the audio book version because Sestero does this wonderful impression of Wiseau's voice that makes all the scenes with his antics that much greater. He's so good at it, it's almost like Wiseau is narrating it too. My friends and I have started quoting The Disaster Artist almost as regularly as we quote The Room itself. Here is a snippet from when he was getting to know Tommy:
I would suggest making an account on Audible.com, and then using your one free audio book download to get The Disaster Artist. That's what I did. It was one of the best decisions I've ever made.