Why did AS used to advertise episodes of FOX cartoons as being "new"?

Tacartoon

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I don't get what the point was of them showing promotional bumpers advertising episodes that aired on AS one week after they premiered on FOX as 'new'. They already aired on FOX a week prior, and they're not their original shows.
 

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Well, the only time a Fox show aired a new episode on Adult Swim before debuting on the network was Family Guy since "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" was the only episode not to air on Fox in the show's original 1999-2002 run, though it would ultimately air on the network in 2004 and the reason why the episode didn't initially debut on Fox is that execs were worried about its content.
 
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