Both lists amuse me greatly, but if I have a pet of the two, it's the Stuff List. The Character Directory shines a spotlight on cool tidbits, such as that "David" is the most common name in FK (seven uses), that Officer Lipinksi is a recurring character (three episodes), and that the anchorman who appears in "Spin Doctor" and "Only the Lonely" is named Steve Tate and so could easily be related to talk show host Jerry Tate (of "My Boyfriend is a Vampire"). But the Stuff Lists wraps me warmly in an FK so tangible, so vivid, that it's as if I've walked off screen and into a larger universe. Surely the Kitten Club magazine in "Love You to Death" is related to the Kitten Channel that airs Foxy Boxing in "Hunters"? The list of fictional companies reveals a story equipped with a yellow pages of canonical services. And Azure is hardly the only restaurant in FK's fictional Toronto -- would you prefer to eat at Artie's with Schanke for the garlic special, perhaps, or Trattoria Roma with Don and Myra, Buckstar's with Tracy, Machelio's with the mob boss, or even Pizza Palace, where Natalie did not spend her twenty-eighth birthday? What about the Cherry Street Restaurant diner or the Hog Heaven bar? All completely canonical. It's so neat!
Yes, I am easily amused. :-) I began both lists in August of 2006, taking notes one episode at a time from "Dark Knight" forward. I slowed and temporarily stalled in third season, I'm afraid, but I'll pick up the pace again soon. Once I've finished the series, I have a few episodes to go back and double-check (due to notes that I didn't always transcribe soon enough to remember the meaning of my own scribbled marginalia ~g~).