Star Trek: Enterprise was finally getting good in season three, then it was great in season four before the plug was pulled. So many loose ends there, and really cool stuff I've read about that was planned for even just season five, much less beyond that (refit for the ship, founding of first starbase, the freakin' Romulan Wars, etc).
the plans for the future of that show didn't impress me, mainly because they all involved ripping off plots of The Original Series. THERE is a show that should've lasted longer.
And don't get me started on Titus. One of the few legitimately funny sitcoms there's ever been. And not just funny by sitcom standards. This show got away with a lot of flat-out dark shit for a sitcom, and made it uproarious. The kind of shit most sitcoms would switch to serious mode for so they could do a "very special episode," Titus would do on a regular basis and never lose its sense of humor about everything. Of course, that would lead to its downfall, but as Christopher Titus himself has stated; it's better to be cancelled because you won't give in to the network execs than go on too long and be cancelled because you're not funny anymore.
absolutely, one hundred percent, correct. you hit the nail on the head.