It comes in two versions, one more of a broad overview and the other a list of specific highlights. Maybe someday I will feel motivated enough to synthesize them into one comprehensive survey, but for now, I'll keep them separate and let you pick which version you'd rather answer. Even though the best answer is obviously "both."
(insert a moment of silence for the fact that I was so excited for the meme this year that I started filling it out in October, editing as necessary, only to somehow accidentally, tragically delete it sometime in the past week, and have to rewrite all my answers in inferior ways)
(I should also point out that I like to play fast and loose with the definition of "fandom," sometimes interpreting it seriously and other times applying the label to "anything serial that I watched and read some additional information on")
01. What fandoms did you acquire in 2009?
Law & Order: UK, Harper's Island, Southland (to a very shallow degree), Primeval, The Sarah Jane Adventures, Glee, Ghost Whisperer
Plus there was that whole "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" pile o' crazy. Which for the record I do not regret. If anything, I regret that I didn't write more about it.
02. What fandoms did you let go of in 2009?
-The Secret Life of the American Teenager - GOOD RIDDANCE
-ER & Without a Trace took their closing bows, and promptly fell off my radar
-Pushing Daisies did too, unfortunately
-Torchwood and I broke up at the end of "Children of Earth"
-American Idol & So You Think You Can Dance finally became too much to keep up with
03. What fandoms did you mean to get into but didn't in 2009? Why?
-Friday Night Lights: I forgot about it until the very end of summer, and then life got too busy for me to spare the necessary time and attention it requires
-NCIS: L.A.: I was looking forward to the spin-off, until I met the cast.
-Dollhouse: the first episode couldn't hold my interest, and thereafter I saw entirely too much of Eliza Dushku running around bloody/dirty and/or in skimpy/no clothing, which killed my interest entirely.
04. What fandoms do you intend on checking out in 2010?
-Friday Night Lights: I've been saying this for a while, but I swear that one of these days, it will actually happen.
-Merlin: I'm coming for the pretty ladies. And Arthur. And the certainty that if I have trouble seeing slash in Lord of the Rings, your madness won't corrupt this for me, either.
-Rex Is Not Your Lawyer: David Tennant! *bounces with impatience*
And at some point, I will find time to get into/catch up on/finish The Good Wife, Mercy, and Three Rivers.
05. What fandoms do you think you might let go of in 2010 unless things significantly improve?
CSI: Miami and I are in the process of drawing up divorce papers. I expect it will be finalized next year. Which is funny, because once upon a time, I listed this show under the next question.
-Lost will probably vanish off my radar once the series ends, too. Notice how I barely even mention it when it's not on the air.
-If they get canceled, Cold Case for sure...and Numb3rs for maybe. I don't know! I didn't think I'd let go of Pushing Daisies that easily either, but LOOK WHERE WE ARE.
06. What fandoms do you think you'll never let go of no matter how crappy they get? Why?
The Office and I break up every spring, only to give it a fresh start in the fall. We're life mates! And I'm sure I can love Jim & Pam just as long post-series as I loved Mulder & Scully.
07. What show impressed you most in 2009?
I want to say "Lost," just because at the end of season 4, they had destroyed all my ships and seemed poised to suck harder than ever before, and then season 5 came along and was basically amazing from start to finish at every turn.
08. What show impressed you least in 2009?
The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Even with an extremely low expectation threshold, it managed to get so awful that eventually it wasn't even fun to mock anymore.
09. What fandoms were you most active in over the course of 2009?
Depending on the season: Doctor Who (including tangents for the spinoffs), The Office, Numb3rs, and Glee
Version the Second
First Fandom of 2009: Law & Order: UK
Best New Fandom of 2009: Glee! Is shiny, mate.
Best New Fandom None of Your Friends Watch of 2009: The Sarah Jane Adventures. What part of "one thousand times better than Torchwood" aren't you Who fans getting?
Favourite Fandom of 2009: Numb3rs, tied with Glee. The latter is already more active and creative, but this is the first time I've been able to play in the former after years of avoiding it due to its initial obsession with slash.
Favourite Episode of 2009: Let's do another top-six thing, shall we? Off the top of my head, possibly even in order: "Angels and Devils" (Numb3rs), "Elevator Love Letter" (Grey's Anatomy), "The End in the Beginning" (Bones. SUCK IT, FANDOM), "The Lover" (The Office), "Ballad" (Glee), and "Sorry Bro" (How I Met Your Mother).
You see, unlike a certain best-writing category in the Emmys, I believe in diversification.
Favorite Male Character of 2009: Jim Halpert, no contest. Although if there were a contest, Will Schuester & Charlie Eppes would be contenders.
Favorite Female Character of 2009: Dead tie between Sarah Jane Smith and Amita Ramanujan. Third place: Rachel Berry. Oh, shoot, Juliet Burke! I can pick four, right?
Favorite Villain of 2009: Charles Miner! Is he really a villain, though? Because he is fantastic and I love him so.
Favorite Het Couple of 2009: Stock answer: Jim/Pam by default. ACTUAL ANSWER: this year? Charlie/Amita.
Favorite Femslash Couple of 2009: Do I have one of those yet? I still don't think I have one of those.
Favorite Slash Couple of 2009: Jack/Ianto. It was a thing that existed, in my world, for all of a week!
Favourite Shippy Scene of 2009: *rubs chin thoughtfully* So very many...but I'm gonna go with Grissom finally tracking down Sara, as I'd been waiting on that perfect kiss for years.
Most Surprising Moment of 2009: Kutner's death
Fandom That You Never Expected To Get Into: Ghost Whisperer. I mean...the hell? I still don't know how that happened. Or how I ended up loving it more than Medium, at least in the current season.
Fandom That Made An Unexpected Comeback: Numb3rs. Four seasons, it existed as little more than a reliable staple in my pack of crime dramas, and then suddenly this year it was EVERYWHERE I WANTED TO BE. I haven't seen a staple show blow up like that since CSI: NY in 2007.
Fandom That Inspired The Most Crack: Secret Life of the American Teenager. Wait, you meant "inspired BY crack," right?
Last Fandom of 2009: Ghost Whisperer. Or, well, technically Community, but I restrict myself to the Jeff/Annie fanfic corner of that. I don't even watch the show, so I refuse to count it.