HBO's uproarious mockumentary 7 Days in Hell was a lot of things: ridiculous, primarily. Andy Samberg and Out coverboy Kit Harrington played tennis rivals who engaged in the most epic match of all time -- a seven day game during the 2001 Wimbeldon. It was hilarious, it made little to no sense and above all, it was gay.
Gay as hell -- all 7 days.
Harrington plays British wunderkind Charles Poole -- he's dumb as a pile of bricks and hot as a pile of abs.
Samberg's Aaron Williams is a tennis bad boy in the mold of John McEnroe meets Brooke Shields-era Andre Agassi. He'll also bang any and everything he can get his hands on -- like this streaker who interrupts the game around day 3.
Williams (who is Venus and Serena's adopted brother through a "reverse Blind Side") then goes about grand slamming that streaker right there on the court.
Charles seemed to enjoy it.
As did the men involved.
And yes that's Lena Dunham in a mullet. She plays the former head of Jordache. Get into this movie. And if that doesn't tempt you, there's a breathtaking CGI gay orgy sequence during Williams' time in a Swedish prison.
Apparently Dolph Lundgren was there.
Though, like this post, all good things must come to an end.