I never said it was. What I was trying to refer to was merely the period of time where 4Kids was starting to and proceeded to struggle while at the same time having their name be more of a primary home for Saturday morning cartoons. In the case of Pokemon as an example, whether or not it actually aired on a block running by 4Kids like 4KidsTV (which I know it didn't) is not what I'm arguing. Instead I'm arguing how much of a problem it meant for 4Kids to lose the license to a show that was very successful for them when they had it. While it's probably the case cable networks made Saturday morning blocks less appealing in comparison and that there was a decline even before 4Kids' financial stumbles, I don't think anyone can deny that Pokemon, the anime in particular, had a noticeable impact while it was on both weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings under 4Kids's ownership. And when the company had to let it go, they lost something that made them money at a time when into the coming years they would lose more money. What I said was that 4Kids and its financial struggles were a factor to a further decline of saturday morning cartoons, not the factor. I don't think they are the sole, definitive reason for the decline of Saturday morning blocks. I'm not trying to argue against the notion that cable networks made Saturday morning blocks seem less appealing in comparison or that Saturday morning blocks prior to 4Kids' involvement had some state of decline. Frankly, I don't feel I have a vivid enough understanding about the state of Saturday morning cartoons and the business behind it to argue otherwise, so I can't help but take everyone else's word for it. However, what I do understand is that there was a period where 4Kids as company was financially stable and had successful shows under its belt and then there was a time afterward where it kept losing shows and money. As I've already said, I don't believe the company's decline was solely definitive to the decline of Saturday morning cartoons. But I do sincerely believe that if hypothetically 4Kids didn't lose all the money it lost and could keep all the shows and franchises it lost, Saturday morning cartoons would still exist in some form. It probably wouldn't re-energize Saturday morning blocks to its glory days whenever those were, but they would still exist and not have gone away the way it did.