Heaven is right above the Bullshit.
In the show chowder, a lot of the larger forces in the world have been personified and given character. For example, both the sun and the moon have individual character and occasionally interact with the Chowder in particular and the world beneath them in general. There's also Atlus who is holding up Marzipan city (maybe even the world) on his shoulders. And there's also the King of the Sky. The King of the sky is supposed to be the personification of weather within the show, but because he makes appearances so frequently (maybe like the change in weather) he becomes kind of like a reminder that while the Chowder and his companions are going on misadventures, the world of high deities is still taking place. So like for example, chowder and Snitchell and Mung Daal need to make it to Mount Fondue to destroy a terrible dish they made. it's a harrowing quest for the trio. But when they finally arrive at the Mountain, The king of the sky is just finishing his laundry using the heat of the mountain.
I think there are two Major things that resonate with me about the King of the Sky in particular but the other deities or personified elements in general. First is that within the context of the show they really do exist right above the city. They're so close that Chowder's misadventure often lead him to them, sometimes they have a brief casual conversation, other times they're annoyed, disgusted or disturbed by what Chowder and his friends are doing. Regardless of their status, they are always in reach, and really in perpetual engagement with the people on the land below. The second thing though is that they really do have mundane day to day lives. They're not meditating on the nature of existence or vibing with deeply luminous frequencies (maybe sometimes they are you can catch the King of Sky doing some weird Yoga) For the most part, their leading normal lives that happen to take place on a different scale. The King of the Sky despite his heavenly station still needs to do laundry, and sleep and is frustrated when he's awakened, likewise with the Sun and the Moon and all of the other personified forces. They're all incredibly powerfull and important to people of Marzipan city, but they're also very much like everyone else.