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Harvey Birdman Attorney at Law was the winner and the pilot was screened.
The Leave It to Brak episode "War Next Door" and Space Ghost Coast to Coast episode "The Justice Hole" were also screened and clips to the episode "Sweet for Brak".
The series was created by Mike Lazzo's Ghost Planet Industries, which eventually became Williams Street Studios, the eventual producers and programmers of Adult Swim.
Between am and am on December 21, and December 30, 2000 (while Space Ghost Coast to Coast was on hiatus), several new Williams Street series made unannounced "stealth" premieres.
While the network features comedic and dramatic programs of all types, many of its programs are aesthetically experimental, transgressive, improvised, and surrealist in nature.
Thus, Adult Swim has become a source of conflict, with some saying that it is too controversial, while others noting that its ability to question the norm brings a level of surrealism and experimentalism that is welcome.
The block initially aired on Sunday nights from pm to am ET, with a repeat of the same block on Thursday nights.
Adult Swim had a disclaimer that read "Parents strongly cautioned—the following programs are intended for mature audiences over the age of 18.
The logo was the words "Adult Swim" in all capital letters, shown after a freeze frame of the footage. The block's original theme music, titled "D-Code," was a remix of "Mambo Gallego" done by the Melbourne musician Dust Devil, originally played by Latin jazz musician Tito Puente, Sr.Adult Swim has contracted with various studios known for their productions in absurd and shock comedy. The block grew out of Cartoon Network's previous attempts at airing content appropriate for teenagers and young adults who might be watching the channel after 11 pm (ET/PT).The network began experimenting with its late night programming by airing anthology shows like Toon Heads, The Bob Clampett Show, The Tex Avery Show, Late Night Black and White, and O, Canada, which all presented uncensored classic cartoon shorts." Cartoon Network bought the original five UPN episodes and ordered eight more to complete the season.The series' first season was animated in Squigglevision, however, the later seasons that were done in flash animation.