Sex, Drugs, and Cycling: Andy Samberg On the Bike

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Sex, Drugs, and Cycling: Andy Samberg On the Bike

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Andy Samberg has already found the ridiculous within the sports sublime: His 2015 HBO film “7 Days In Hell” chronicled a mercilessly long tennis match inspired by the real-life John Isner/Nicolas Mahut 11-hour Wimbledon marathon. Now he and filmmaking partner Murray Miller have turned their absurdist eye, naturally, to my beloved sport of pro cycling: “Tour de Pharmacy,” which premieres on HBO Saturday July 8, is a ridiculous but rooted-in-reality look at a vintage bike race unravelled by drugs, credit card debt, pansexual intrigue, and, of course, really tremendous spandex. Its “Cannonball Run”-style cast includes…

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