Yeah, that's kind of the feeling I came away with, although I did learn a couple of things, and enjoyed the closer look at The Last Supper.
I was a little annoyed that they kept spacing out the dialogue so much with music and art (the art I enjoyed, mind you, but it just wasn't...necessary.) It's such a HUGE topic, as someone else mentioned, and one would think they would have used up every moment of time they had instead of wasting it.
And crap. I checked The Da Vinci Code out from the library. I'll NEVER get to look for the codes!
By the way, I was amused that even the scholars seemed to have a more open mind than the women on The View. I will be sending The View a letter about their troubling behaviour yesterday.