Now, in a more positive light, let's talk about some of our future ideas for Cartoon Network programs. Remember, come up with your own ideas for future programs, not established properties. I'm going to start with a several ideas: The Encarnacions - An animated family situation comedy about a full-time delivery driver(Cornell), his wife, an elementary school teacher(Eleanor), their eldest daughter, a college freshman(Shakira), their only son, a high school junior(Julio) and their youngest daughter, a high school sophomore(Daniela), living in a suburban Atlanta neighborhood, dealing with the hustle and bustle culture of their melting-pot community and dealing with plenty of unpredictable situations. Cornell is a member of a local fraternity, while Eleanor is a member of the PTA. While Cornell bowls on Fridays, Eleanor like to play bridge. Shakira works at the public library, while her brother Julio plays on their high school's baseball team and sister Daniela plays for the high school's softball team. Disque and Hopper - An animated situation comedy with 2 young adult men from Chicago, who share an apartment and go to work, each day to support their apartment rent and bills. The two men- Donnie "Disque" Jackson, he works in an auto-detailing shop, where he custom designs automobiles and Hank "Hopper" Hopkins, he works as a roller rink disc jockey, during the day. On their days off from work, Disque and Hopper catch up with some of their friends, either at the basketball court and shoot some hoops with them or at their favorite restaurant and grill, where they watch their local Chicago sports teams competing. Similar to Fat Albert, but with clean jokes and hip humor. Disque's favorite line is, "I'm not down with that jazz", when rejecting something that's bad, while Hopper's line is, "Save the jive for someone that cares", when avoiding drama. Animated urban comedy has been missing, not just from Cartoon Network, but also from its competition, as well. Cole & Cabrera - An animated hour-long police detective program with an african-american male(Det. DeWayne Cole) and his hispanic female partner(Det. Susie Cabrera). Both are under the command of Capt. John Trang and are assisted by Detectives Sam Rainwater, Estelle Mustafa, Dmitri Karloff and Belle Craven, investigating various, non-murderous crimes, such as vandalism, burglary, grand larceny, kidnapping, human trafficking, racketeering, theft, etc. When was the last time an original hour-long drama has been on Cartoon Network? It can't hurt to try new ideas. Now, if anyone has any ideas for future animated programming ideas for Cartoon Network, feel free to chime in, but it can't hurt to be original and thoughtful.