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Desc:A cult superhero of 1990's public access television in Columbus, Ohio. Some language NSFW.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Arts
Tags:clown, goth, Public Access, damon zex, laugh track
Submitted:Walker
Date:08/20/07
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lolcoolj
I've posted Zex on other webistes before, never even thought to do it here. This asshole was the strangest thing to watch when I was younger. He fought a free speech battle with the city council and won, and public access showed him as the last show before they cut off programming for the day, 10:30pm on Fridays or something like that. I was HS age at the time this was big, and he lived in the area. It was always strange to see him in his getup eating at a restaurant.
lolcoolj
By the way, the episodes where he drinks and drives and does drugs on camera are way better.

Walker
I still see him around town a lot. Rarely in makeup, but the rest of his look hasn't changed a bit in 10 years.

Stopheles
I've seen his stuff on Youtube while searching for bizarre public-access things to put on PoeTV, but for some reason never put his stuff here. I guess I thought he was trying too hard, but hell, I'll give five stars.
Old_Zircon
He looks like Klaus Nomi's hydrocephalic little brother. -1 star for trying too hard, but still better than anything on network TV in the 90s.
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