While the comic strip, Baby Blues, continues on in newspapers across the country, some folks might've forgotten a short-lived summer replacement series that aired on the WB in 2000.
The network ordered the standard 13 episodes of Baby Blues, but pulled the plug after 2 months due to dismal ratings, as the show aired on Sundays, opposite The Simpsons on Fox. Comedian and former Nickelodeon personality Mike O'Malley (ex-Nickelodeon GUTS) had turned to acting, and was part of the ensemble cast that also included Diedrich Bader (The Drew Carey Show), Nicole Sullivan & Phil LaMarr (MadTV), and Julia Sweeney (ex-Saturday Night Live). The theme song, heard in the following video, is the Barenaked Ladies' "It's All Been Done".
After WB dropped Blues, the network kept it in the vaults until sister network Cartoon Network's [adult swim] division acquired the show and burned off the remaining episodes. It's since gone back in the vaults. Why [as] and not CN proper? For some idiotic reason, the WB decided to make the cartoon a little more adult than its print counterpart, and for all intents & purposes, that killed the show.