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The other presenters included drag artist Regina Fong and Fou Fou L.Hunter, a cut price version of Leigh Bowery dressed as a green fairy, and who died mid-series (11 August 1989).
The comedy of the Buygones section was augmented by the amateurism of the programme that surrounded it.A staging of a Futurist supper during which the waiter poured water over Paul Morley who then punched the waiter and walked out.A re-enactment of Yves Klein’s Anthropometry performance in which fully nude female models covered each other in blue paint and then rolled against a canvas.
Although the edited version tidied up the presentation and removed the more graphic elements the content remained the same and an off-colour remark about the dead comedian Eric Morecambe drew complaints.
This made it one of the most expensive failures in the company’s history.
Club X was the first television work of Victor Lewis-Smith whose stand-alone segment Buygones featured humorous takes on disastrously conceived consumer items such as the Aztec Bar, or OMO washing powder.
Club X was a short-lived 1989 Channel 4 arts and music magazine programme that is often cited as an example of TV Hell.The production and presentation team was largely taken from the earlier Channel 4 success Network 7 and had the same editor Charlie Parsons.