And when I say "hell," I mean of course Rolling Stone Magazine's Ten Year Anniversary TV special from 1977. In a musical production number not even befitting of the Academy Awards, Ted "Jesus" Neeley (of the film version of JC Superstar) hosts a medley of Beatles songs which grow more horrifying and hilarious with each awkward transition. You'll marvel as Patti Labelle sings Polythene Pam from inside a giant spider web, you'll gasp as a Kiss imitator band (surely the actual band would've been too smart to sign on to this) performs a musical tribute to 1970's terrorism with Helter Skelter, and you will surely break down and cry (as I did) as the entire mess slips into embarrassing political commentary with Nixon and Kissinger characters singing Back in the USSR and Jimmy Carter crooning Mother Nature's Son. In the big picture of this debacle, Richie Havens weird duet with Yvonne Elliman on Here Comes The Sun triumphantly ascends to being merely bad. An notice how I didn't even mention the dancing strawberries.
Somewhere down there, a special circle of hell is being chiseled out for Jann Wenner.
Thank you Bob Brainen!