I'm not the first person to do this, but... I spend a lot of time on Wikipedia, because I want to know every thing (which is just a little different from knowing "everything"). I love reading Wikipedia, but I have slowly come to accept the two major non-silly criticisms directed at the site:
1. Wikipedia is not written by experts. (I wrote the article on Cavour, the first Italian prime minister, when I was about 14. The article hasn't really changed since then. My early teenage attempts to craft my own writing tone should not still be part of an online encyclopedia.)
2. Wikipedia is much more comprehensive and thoroughly edited on pop culture topics than anything else.
The dumbest, shallowest, funniest way of demonstrating #2 is with ~Ironic Wiki Word Counts~ in which several Wikipedia articles sharing some common element are compared by length. If the more pop culture-y, low brow, or intellectually unimportant article is longer, then congrats! You can snark! Let's see an example.
Up the Down Staircase [the classic '60s novel] - 326 words
Up the Down Staircase [the not particularly classic 1967 film] - 423 words
Up the Down Steroid [a South Park episode whose title is a reference to the above novel] - 590 words
See? Animated TV jokes > meh movies > literature. Here's a less clear-cut, but still hilarious example, after the break: