One can fail in many regards. Misjudgment is one of them. If you are a magic stripper. That means you use magic to enhance your "stripping" skill. There is a certain audience for that. A very, very small target group but I'm sure it exists.
But here is what the target audience is not. The whole freaking TV audience.
Hypothetical scenario: You're eating razor blades. For what audience won't you do that trick? Kids!
Another one: You have cigarette routine. For what audience won't you do that routine? A lung cancer symposium.
Another one: You have an awesome Dead or Alive test. For what audience won't you do that experiment? A retirement home.
Another one: You have a "Hofzinser"-esque card routine. For what audience won't you do that piece? Young people in noisy places.
The same sort of reasoning also works the other way. You can tell what tricks are great for a certain type of audience.
Here you go: You do the bra trick. What audience will love that trick? Middle aged men having a party with a female stripper.
Another one: You do a cups and balls routine with lot's of corny jokes. What audience is perfect for this? A street audience.
Another one: You got this trick, where you pluck a coin from somebody's ear. What audience is suitable for this age old trick. Anyone, but especially kids.
So using this sort of deductive thinking: What audience is the right one for ring flight to the nipple using stock jokes? Middle aged ladies, that party hard in a club with no husbands around, because they are having a party with a female stripper.
I'm sure there are more venues, thinking of certain gay clubs and tattoo conventions and erotic trade shows, but not TV!