An interesting experience- The Slim Shady Show is an obligatory watch for all Eminem fans although it may not be exactly what the felt they were looking for. It is the type of experience that you can tell would be hilarious if you were watching it under the influence of narcotics and alcohol, if you're watching it whilst sober and drug-clean it is only slightly funny and you may find yourself offering pity-laughs to the forced invective-fuelled jokes. The Slim Shady Show provides Eminem's fanbase with an official cartoon representation of the characters mentioned initially in the album "The Slim Shady LP": Ken Kaniff the lascivious homosexual, Dave the dozy dope-fiend, and Susan. Eminem's focus on his alter-egos (Eminem, Slim Shady, Marshall Mathers, and Ken Kaniff) is an informative idea and a fun one at that. The Slim Shady Show relies on abusing celebrities in a similar way to Eminem's music, but where the music suceeds this does not with a series of moribund jokes randomly targeted at a collection of random superstars (with the exclusion of Everlast who had had conflict with Eminem prior to the making of the film.) If you are a pious Eminem fan, by all means give it a watch, but if not then I wouldn't bother.