I think that's the main reason why we've got the likes of Tartakovsky and Feiss working their way up to major studios like Sony, or how McCracken continues to keep getting new work regardless of what network he creates a new show for - they've got clout and connections. Dilworth and Antonucci always worked for their own little studios . . . but still, with EEE as huge of a hit as it was, you'd think Danny wouldn't have so much trouble getting anybody to take a chance on his new show, but even Netflix rejected it. Dilly pitched a horror comedy show to Disney (and even has the animatics for the two different pilots on his YouTube channel), but they felt his style was too weird for them.