I don't think a network would be interested in syndicating AD with so few episodes unless it doesn't get renewed. The only comedies I know of that got syndicated with fewer than 50 episodes are "Sports Night" and "Family Guy," both of which were cancelled at the time they were bought.
I think if Fox starts shopping AD around for syndication on another network, we should be very, very afraid; it signals that Fox isn't committed to the show.
On the other hand, I bet you're right about syndication being a great audience-builder. It's definetly a show that people need to get into the rhythm of, and showing it weeknights at 11:30 or whatever would probably help it in the same way it helped Family Guy!
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