Watching The Room is a specific form of torture, and the cult classic has just claimed its latest victim. Over the weekend, actor Greg Sestero, who recently wrote The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made (you can read our interview with him), uploaded an Ask Amy column to his Facebook, adding, “This guy’s situation sounds familiar.”
It should ring a bell for anyone who’s left a stupid comment in their pocket, too.
Here’s the full text:
DEAR AMY: I have a serious problem with my future wife. She has not been faithful to me.
I recently overheard her talking to her friend about how she was unfaithful to me. When I confronted her, all that she said was that she couldn’t talk right now. I feel like I have to record everything in my own house just to learn the truth.
To make things even more stressful is the fact that she recently told a couple of people that I hit her, but it’s not true. I did not hit her. I’m not sure why she has been acting like this lately. She did just find out that her mother has breast cancer, and that might be playing a role in her behavior.
We still always find time to make love, so I don’t know why she would go out seeking it from someone else. I just can’t believe she would do this to me. I love her so much, she is my everything, and I don’t know that I could go on without her. She is tearing me apart.
What should I do? — Devastated
Amy eventually caught on to the tomfoolery:
She got betrayed by some no-good chicken, chip-chip-chip-chip-cheep-cheep.
(Via Greg Sestero)