During its hayday, Chima was a somewhat... Polarizing theme.
Everyone agrees that it didn't have the strength in story that Ninjago did(at least during the first season). The characters were pathetic and archetypal, the humor was lame, and the messages were shallow at best and misguiding at worst.
The next couple seasons got better, but they couldn't completely erase the damage done(in my humble opinion).
The finale was a relatively good episode, but wasn't all that meaningful a way to end a story.
Now I'm curious where those of us that actually followed the show are with it now. Have you, to a degree, forgotten about it like I have? Are you still interested in the story or the sets? What mark has Lego's lesser famed TV show left on you?