(2/2) We Bare Bears is boring and you are in the right for abandoning it (don’t ask me how Craig of the Creek manages to be 100x more entertaining; it just is). AT had a bumpy fifth and sixth season that were both a chore to get through at times, but the following seventh and eighth seasons were pretty great, even if they were different in tone from the classic Seasons 1-4. The final ninth season was kind of a mess, though (with some great episodes sprinkled here and there).
Regular Show definitely lost its edge and comedic wit after ~Season 5, but Rigby’s character growth and developing romance with Eileen was enough to warrant sticking with the show to the end. The implications of Over the Garden Wall’s ending may be a little frustrating, but I wouldn’t say that’s enough to ruin an otherwise really well told story of a young teen growing to be a more fearless yet caring older brother in a world encompassed by ‘20s-style folklore style and aesthetic.
Clarence’s humor is pretty niche and the art style is admittedly crude, but both the humor and visuals still have a lot to offer if you’re willing to open yourself up to more unconventional storytelling approaches. Sumo’s the fucking best, and Jeff and Clarence are pretty great, too. There’s more to it than Amy Gillis. Trust me.
CN had plenty of great series to offer this past decade, which is why I feel like you still missed out on some cartoons you could’ve probably enjoyed. Kudos for being a fan of Kipo, It’s Pony, and Sym-Bionic Titan, though.