Waternoose's Factory for Imaginary Monsters! (cue dinky piano theme)
I couldn't help but notice that the concept, design and creatures of Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends have more than a coincidental resemblance to Monsters, Inc.! Both shows are about human kids thinking up imaginary creatures, and rules for the world the creatures live in, isolated from the kids. The main differance is that in Foster's, everyone knows what the creatures are really like, and live and speak with them on a daily basis.
I don't think the show will be even a little popular, but I was intrigued by the "new" animation technique used for the show. Will flash cartons replace the traditionally drawn ones?