While it is admirable that you wish to help out on pages, your edits to them have been largely unnecessary, overly trivial, or done with no respect to the current style of the pages, leading to the majority of them having to be undone by a variety of your fellow users. One of the latest changes made, to the Things 1 & 2 page, involved you unilaterally renaming and thus moving the page not once, but multiple times. This overrides the authority of the staff and the voice of the community, produces a headache for other editors, and is not how we do things. If you continue to make such edits, I may have no choice but to issue a short block.
"battles without nice peter" is not a helpful category. listing every battle without nice peter in the trivia is redundant, something is no longer interesting trivia when it has happened for the 11th time. "he sounds like bill nye" is not even remotely useful information.
you are making edits for the sole purpose of bloating your edit count. so stop.
I would have hoped to phrase it a bit more diplomatically, but indeed, while the interest is appreciated, most of your contributions are not the kind that we have on our pages. Please refrain from engaging in back-and-forth edits when multiple users have undone them.
One thing I can guarantee is putting a stop to the HAL 9000 thing. The truth is, when I first saw that battle, I genuinely thought HAL was avenging Jobs. I didn't learn the truth until I first came across this wiki.