I'm a huge fan of almost every film and TV show. On this site, I help update the articles on almost everything. If you have any questions, fill free to ask.
I don't think Wikipedia is fun anymore. Why? Because it's got users who want a page to be deleted just because they can't find sources, but most others have. Some relist the debate for deletion even after the case was closed for keep. It's like they never learned to make their minds and they probably will not learn to to do it. Some can't even learn to discuss the changes on the talk page. I wish these problems never happened in the first place, then things would be a lot more better.
Another problem I'm currently having right now is being accused for being mean, starting an edit war, and being untrustworthy and I do not appreciate that. As the old saying goes, "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." and quite frankly, some of these haven't learn that old saying and probably never will. Another problem here is that many users can't even learn to let it go, especially when it comes to problems on articles from their point of view. For instance, there's the "Crush" issue going on on the Dinosaur Train article and its list of characters. No matter how many times you tell a user to let it go, they won't let it go. At least, I've always learn to let it go (to most things).
We were always taught to never blame our actions on someone else and apparently most of these users haven't been taught that. I don't know if I want to continue my contributions here if anymore accusations come up.
Most of the time, I'm not myself around here because of the problems I've had outside Wikipedia and when a problem happens here, it just makes things worst. If fact, this first happened a year ago when I wasn't myself during the time they were doing some cleanup on the Shout! Factory page. When we're not ourselves, it makes us do crazy stuff like undoing someone's cleanup. I'm sure this happens to everyone.