Why do people say "RIP Cartoon Network 1992-2004", when it's actually "RIP Cartoon Network 1992-2007"? The CN City era began in 2004, and it's widely considered one of their best and most creative eras. So how could CN die in the year where their second greatest era (next to the late 90s/early 2000s one) began?
Sure, some of the 90s Cartoon Cartoons got cancelled, but at least there were still reruns of them all the way up till 07. And there were awesome new shows to tide us over like Hi Hi puffy ami yumi, Code Lyoko, Juniper lee, Class of 3000, Ozzy and Drix, and Camp Lazlo.
If anything, I'd peg it as "RIP Cartoon Network 1992-2007". After the Boston bomb scare incident in February 07, Stu "Jew" Snyder took over as president. Under his watch, CN City ended, the beloved Fridays block was replaced with the poor Fried Dynamite, the shitty version of Toonami began (the one with soccerball-faced TOM as the mascot), the seeds of CN Real were planted with the show Out of Jimmy's Head, HORRIFIC shows like Chowder and Flapjack came in, etc.