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Lance Armstrong stars in this fake documentary about drug use in cycling

20 Mai 2017

"Tour de Pharmacy" follows Samberg's 2015 HBO mockumentary "7 Days in Hell", in which two tennis players (played by Samberg and "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington) engage in an epic seven-day, five-set match that knocks the stuffing out of them. It was a hilarious 45-minute foray into tennis presented in the style of HBO Sports documentaries, and now the world of competitive cycling is getting the same treatment.

HBO debuted the trailer for his latest spoof, "Tour de Pharmacy", which tells the story of five cyclists in 1985 in an era when almost every competitor dopes up for an advantage.

Watch the Tour De Pharmacy trailer below.

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"Just when you think it's over, some s*** is about to go down", Mike Tyson explains, before the trailer begins to flash through the names of its many many stars, including Samberg, Freddie Highmore, Daveed Diggs, John Cena, J.J. Abrams, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Kevin Bacon, Joe Buck, Nathan Fielder, Will Forte, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum, James Marsden, Julia Ormond, Phylicia Rashad, and Chris Webber.

That's right, the disgraced Tour de France legend pokes fun at himself by playing a not-so- anonymous informant.

In 1982, during a dark and fictitious time in cycling history, the sport's most venerable, time-honored race was marred by the doping of virtually all of its competitors.

Lance Armstrong stars in this fake documentary about drug use in cycling