Now it's remembered fondly instead of turning out like Spongebob or Fairly OddParents, where every episode is overdone and it's obvious the creators are running out of ideas. I didn't want this, one of my favorite shows, to turn into a show with lame jokes that's ridden for money.
The point I'm trying to make is that while it was cancelled, it's remembered for being amazing.
Foster's wasn't really cancelled, it had a series finale. A final episode that properly wrapped up the story. Could CN Real have been the reason Craig McCracken quit Cartoon Network? 2009 was the year both Foster's AND Ed, Edd & Eddy ended, so is there a connection?
It wasn't just stupid, it had a lot of great jokes for adults so that we can look back and realize "Ohhh I get it now!"
Like "THIS is my lab" "and THIS is my LABORATORY" were clever.
Returning to the picture, Fosters didn't have the same kind of humor as Spongebob, it had its own. Not to mention, it was an extremely creative idea for a show that was all around a visual masterpiece and creative with lots of stories.