If you would like to watch a very nice television show, watch The Great North. It’s cute, charming, kind, and big-hearted. It pops with jokes at a quick pace, but none come at an undue expense. The characters love each other and want to keep loving each other, even as they expand and grow. Stakes are low, fuzzy feelings are high. Does it push the animated comedy form in any way? It does not — but why does it need to? Can’t it be enough to simply watch, laugh, smile, and enjoy your way through a delightful show of a delightful cast delivering delightful scripts?