1 Peter 3 and Ephesians 4 mention that Jesus descended to Hell and preached to the dead, though they don't spend much time talking about it so it's not really clear exactly what happened.
Neither seem to specifically mention Hell. 1 Peter says that:
"...being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit: By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison"
- might that not mean Heaven as much as Hell? Ephesians is even vaguer:
"When he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and gave gifts unto men. (Now that he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth?"
But neither one make any mention, at all, of any torments experienced by him, nor of him being there an eternity - both surely crucial matters if they had happened. 1 Peter even makes it clear that he was not in torment, being able to "preach to the spirits" - if you are in agonising torment, then by definition you are not going to be able to string together a coherent sermon. And how would he get to the spirits anyway? A hell of "torment" where you can both think clearly AND have the freedom to move around and seek out others.....doesn't seem very terrible to me.
Basically, the Bible says nothing whatsoever about Christ experiencing any suffering. At all. Let alone an eternity. At best, he was dead for three days before he came back to an eternity in heaven. Big whoop.
Let's not forget one other crucial thing: Christ, apparently, went to Hell. Saw the suffering that went on there. Spent 3 days saying "hey guys, god is super!". And then pushed off back to Heaven and has never again bothered himself with the spirits in hell.....especially the ones who were not there when he was. That fact alone gives the lie to any "caring" god, as that god leaves Hell functioning despite having experienced it first hand
That's like being given a guided tour of an active torture chamber. Seeing the people screaming. Saying to the scremers "hey, why not just tell them what they want to know?" Being given a quick twist on the thumbscrews so you can say you've done it. And then going home and doing NOTHING to try to free the people that you saw suffering there.
If Christ did
go to hell, that just makes him infinitely worse in my eyes, for his perpetual inaction afterwards.