Before you get all "what the heck are you talking about" at me, I'm just going to provide a bit of info.
Humongous Entertainment was a company founded in 1992 by Ron Gilbert (yes, THAT Ron Gilbert) when he left LucasArts after finishing Monkey Island 2. This company created several series of point and click games for children, collectively titled "Junior Adventures", with iconic characters such as Putt-Putt, Pajama Sam, and Freddi Fish. Later they created the massively popular Backyard Sports franchise. As well as being the company many of today's TTG employees made their name at (chief among them being Dave Grossman), Humongous has a large fanbase of their original audience, some of them in their early 20's, still playing their games anywhere from on occasion to almost religiously. Obviously that was the short version, so I'm going to link you to a more robust article here.
With my little spiel done, I want to say this. The games made by Humongous Entertainment are still relevant and play as well today as they did more than 10 years ago. The games made by this company are now owned by Atari, but their treatment of the titles has been... less than satisfactory. They tried their hand at matching the success of the original games in 2003, but anyone can tell you that these games were much lower quality in every aspect. They have since resorted to re-releasing their most popular adventures every few years, with a more recent port to the Nintendo Wii. What I'm getting at is that, since many of the former staff of Humongous Entertainment are now at TTG, it would be wonderful if TTG were able to pull some strings and make some new games based off of these great adventures. Many will say that there is no possible way that this could be done, and that there is no money in kids' games anymore. Keep in mind, though, that the quirky sense of humor and likable characters found in the old Humongous games are able to appeal to even adults. Parents, for example, could often be found playing the games after their child's bedtime.
All I'm saying is that a lot of people would be very happy that somebody is giving a shot at reviving the games that made up their childhood. I'd like to hear anybody's thoughts on this subject, and if any of the staff at TTG are reading this, feel free to comment on this idea as well.