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Video: Tommy Wiseau Has Made A Sitcom That Looks As Bizarre As 'The Room'

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Oh hi, Tommy Wiseau (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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If you've watched The Room one too many times and have been aching for some new material full of "so bad it's good" ridiculousness, the film's visionary, Tommy Wiseau, is working on a new sitcom.

The AV Club reported that Wiseau shot the pilot for The Neighbors back in 2004, but this week, he launched a website for the show, promising (in bright neon lights) that it would be coming soon this September. In addition to a bizarre trailer where credits seem to take up about the first half of the video, Wiseau also posted on his website an even more incoherent clip of a party in an apartment. Wiseau's in a blonde wig (mumbling in an indiscernible accent), everyone is wearing Wiseau-branded underwear, and a football keeps getting tossed around (which we guess we appreciate the nod from The Room...). And yes, it's so "wild" that Wiseau is drinking from a red Solo cup and there are references to weed everywhere—like his apartment number being "420."

If that's confusing, he offered a synopsis for the show:

Here are the clip and trailer:

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