In all fairness, Super Bowl halftime shows are supposed to be strange, tacky spectacles that don't ever stand the test of time. That's how it is, and how (I assume) it always will be. Even so, the combined forces of football, network sponsors, and the pressure of trying to appease the taste of every single person in America tend to make for pretty odd bedfellows. More specifically, combinations of musicians who should never be sharing a stage together under any circumstances at all. Because watching old YouTube clips is generally better than "reading news" or "doing work," let's think about the times it's gone the most wrong.