Sometimes I feel like Stephen Totilo, my former MTV News boss turned Kotaku reporter, and I are the only people who are constantly turning on their Wii, perfectly content with the content being offered. We're always talking about our Wiis. While some folks just like to complain, in this case, I believe it's nothing more than sheer ignorance. At least I can help with the last one, which is why I'm recommending Namco Bandai's criminally overlooked The Munchables to starved Wii gamers.
The Munchables is the love child of two other Namco Bandai franchises, Katamari Damacy and Pac-Man. The Munchables combines the sense of scale witnessed in Katamari Damacy as your rolling ball become larger with the nom-nom-nom eating mechanic of Pac-Man. You don't roll a ball in The Munchables, you are the ball, since you're eating everything around you to develop additional mass.
Try to look past the irritating art style. In that respect, it's no Katamari Damacy, but The Munchables is cheap (I mean that literally -- it's only $29.99), enjoyable, consumable fun that almost every Wii owner will probably walk right past at the store. Which is why I'm here saying that you shouldn't; The Munchables is absolutely worth your time. Make me proud.
Oh, and the main character literally poops everything it's ingested at the end of each level. I'm serious.