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Don Draper : This scene was so important for character development and the plot itself.

Löcé Carlisle : Me underwears

jjmwwe : According to Tommy Wiseau, life is making out with your girlfriend in someone else's apartment, getting caught by a young lady and her mother, then having said mother show your underwear to everybody. That's life!

V Cadaverini : Serious serial killer look after that laugh at 0:26

T. Zappa : Mike: "Me and Michelle, we were making out at your place" Johnny "*Haha*" (with a sinister look on his face)

rosesRred95 : This scene is incredible, first why is everyone hanging in a random alley, two why does Mike describe this stupid underwear situation as a tragedy? So much is going on here

England is a country : *underwear sticking out of your pocket* that's life

daughterofolaf : Haha. I love that the music changes to dark-and-serious right after he falls.

Mister Meter : I would like to point out that at 1:30 Johnny waits a full two seconds to laugh at what Danny said.

elly green : "Let's go home Denny"

badjemima : "Underwear? What's that?"

제이Jay : To this day, I have no clue why he says "Me underwears"

Ian Towsley : This is the greatest scene in cinema history.

Latte Cat : "Do you wanna see a doctor?" ........for falling against a couple of rubbish bins? I also love how Mark has to help him walk xD

daughterofolaf : Of all the "WTF" moments in this film, which are countless, Mike plowing into the trash cans for basically no reason was the best one (to me).

Juan S : This is like the ending of godfather 2. You see the crew united before their fall.

Darth Binks : Tommy Wiseau should Direct star wars episode 9


MarklarsonTube : I once tried watching the movie, but skipped this scene. I was totally lost from that point on and had no idea what was going on. Now it all makes sense.

NorekXtreme : "I'm going to see Michelle in a little bit to make out with her" Who talks like that?!!

FolX273 : so funny that people are still watchin and commenting on this in 2017. tommy did create a timeless classic

HeyDannie! : "That's Life" Hahahahahhahaha !!!!!!!!

Miss Daytona : "That's life" , my god

deltahalo241 : This is actually Mike trying to claim on his health insurance

Eric Parazak : Mike: "I got a bit of a tragedy." Tragedy = someone discovering your underwear.


Elf Warlord : This looks like the set for the Jerry Springer Show.

Appleboy78165 : "I have to go see Michelle in a little bit to make out with her." Look out, we've got a badass over here.

Joseph Martinez : It's funny because Denny says "He was just telling us about an underwear issue he had" but they hadn't even spoke of the underwear issue the whole time Denny was around

V Cadaverini : Has this film been given a new lease of life somewhere recently?

Afrah Zubair : I'm going insane. I've only been watching the room clips and that's all in my recommended.

Chuzzwozzer : Brilliant scene, mike just appears from nowhere in a back alley whilst johnny walks towards a brick wall, like how would mike and johnny fail to see each other before that moment!!

Andrew Schultz : The "me underwears" quote was memorably awful and awfully memorable but I forgot how utterly hilariously bad the rest of the scene was. Thanks for the reminder.

theking : I used to know a girl; she had a dozen guys. One of them found out about it... beat her up so bad she ended up at a hospital on Guerrero Street.

Headform Records : Denny appears only AFTER the underwears conversation, but then proceeds to tell Mark that Mike was telling "us" about an underwear issue.

PumpkinLicorice : "Yeah, sorry you had to see that." "I'm not sorry!" ???????????!!!!!???

RhythmGrizz : "UNderware! Ahh GAHT da PIKshure!"

Kyle Pittman : I feel sorry for Mike, this poor guy tries soooo hard with this dialogue.

wang chung : This has to be a movie from an alternate dimension that we picked up from deep space.

Teon Quant : I swear this film is like if David Lynch directed a comedy film....and it's supposed to be a drama

Nick Carlson : *Recanting saucy makeout session in which interrupting old lady pulls underwear out of fleeing man's pocket and shows everyone in the room* Johnny: "That's life"

COACHFRANK101 : So you're telling me... these 4 guys who live in San Francisco, which has a population of 900,000 mind you, can just run into each other down some random ass shady ass alleyway?

D Rodriguez : Underwear man? CMON **violently throws him into several trash cans**

An Di : Oh hi trashcans!

Pear Head : Where is Johnny walking at the start of the scene? Why are they playing football in a space small enough to hand each other the ball? What does "You must be kidding underwear I got the picture" mean? So much social & political commentary in this scene it's unbelievable...

iamhim : Me Underwears

Ricky Manson : If we analyse this scene carefully, we can see the underlying dynamic of the four friends: Johnny sits at the top with his gorgeous wife-to-be as an example of the All-American hero and beloved member of the San Francisco community. Mark sits as his right hand man, his dragon and closest confidant. Beneath them both is Denny, the young prince in Johnny's aristocracy, and at the bottom is Mike, who does not spend nearly as much time with Johnny as Mark or Denny and is consequently established as being beneath them in the pecking order. The underwear tragedy is a story that Mike uses to self-deprecate himself in an attempt to establish a better friendship with Johnny, and elevate him to a better position in the social order. When Denny arrives, Mike's poor attempt to excuse himself is evidence that he is only interested in Johnny's approval, and sees his other friends as rivals for Johnny's attention. It also brings to light his low self esteem: he feels inferior even to Johnny's young ward Denny. However, this pales in comparison to Mike's relationship with Mark. Immediately, Mike's unwillingness to divulge the underwear story to Mark demonstrates his fear and submission to Mark. But Mark recognises Mike's story as an attempt to climb the ranks and potentially replace him, and he responds by establishing his dominance: pushing Mike into the trash cans and playing it off as an accident; a typical display of defending territory dating back to childhood hierarchy on the playground. What Tommy Wiseau is trying to demonstrate with this scene is the established hierarchy of the four characters. Highlighting Johnny's position as a king of men who will all clamber over each other for his approval only serves to make his ultimate downfall all the more tragic. .......Or it's just a shit scene, but I don't know.

Alkiviadisman : For those who have read "The Disaster Artist", this scene makes me so sad. For those who don't know, this scene as uninteresting to the plot as it may be, meant so much to Tommy Wisau as it shows him being young and having a fun life with friends. Just comes to show how lonely the guy was and how this movie, as bad as it is, gave him a chance to play a happy guy with money, a girlfriend and friends.

Emily Flannery : The only 'accident' here is Mike's choice of friends!

bigfatcarp93 : This is like the world's weirdest vaudeville act.