It used to be fine but not the best, as someone who ignores the new G rated cartoons CN has been dishing out. It -had- a sense of standard and quality.
At the start, when it came out, we hadn't realized the wave of toddler shows was coming, and this just seemed like its own thing. Absolutely abhorrent meme trend episodes aside, it had some level of entertainment value for an adult, say 18-somewhere in their 20s. A casual watch, maybe one of those guilty pleasures but still not Barbie or Paw Patrol levels.
It wasn't exactly pure toddler shit but it wasn't extremely mature. It had nice, respectable animation. I mean, aside from blur-shading on characters being common, they even animated things with texture, like the shower curtain. That's one of the first things I noticed, and I'm a fan of animation of course. Also, the episodes themselves minus the meme ones had a type of heart to it that wasn't just obnoxious happy schlock, they felt like brothers, casually saying "I love you" like family, something you dont even see actual family members do in cartoons much anymore- that's something that I respected in Wander over Yonder, Sylvia and Wander telling each other they love them, familial love, not shipping cancer or anything, just pure in nature. That's the real "comfy", not the "nothing happens and no one is in any real danger" gay comfy that /co/ likes.
The burrito episode was fine at the time but then it became obvious they were fishing for feels soon after. The only feelsbait episode I fell for was Ice's but that was because it had a unique setup, it felt entirely different that "stuck in a tree" or "escaped a zoo enclosure". They ended up kinda watering the effect down later in other episodes. The reason I dropped it was mixed with worse and worse meme episodes (I drew the line at the "this is lit f am" episode) but also because the ones that weren't like that were getting worse. They stopped feeling like brothers and the stories got contrived.