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Published on Jul 26, 2017
Andy Samberg and Murray Miller explore the high-stakes world of professional cycling in this sports mockumentary that deftly lampoons professional cycling and its checkered history with doping. The setting is the sordid, fictional 1982 Tour de France--notable as the only time in race history when virtually all of the competitors were doping, inadvertently creating a truly level playing field. The 38-minute special focuses on five competitors in the race: Marty Hass (Samberg), an oblivious white Nigerian; Gustav Ditters (John Cena), a pumped-up, rage-prone Austrian; Slim Robinson (Daveed Diggs), the Tour's first African-American competitor; JuJu Peppi (Orlando Bloom), an ill-fated pace-setter; and Adrianna 'Adrian' Baton (Freddie Highmore), a female racer disguised as a man.