You definetly shouldn't judge this as being a bad game because it's based on a TV show. If you do, then you will be missing out on a decent and worthwhile game. It's essentially a point and click game with a bit of hidden object finding thrown in. While the game isn't voice acted and all dialogue is displayed via text, the writing is solid enough that the game doesn't suffer for it.
The puzzles are what let it down a little bit though, there is one puzzle where the solution doesn't match the clue at all (it should be a number 1,3,5 or 7 but it is a 2 which is not one of the numbers listed, and there are a couple of puzzles where the description could have used tightening up as while I techinically had a correct solution to the puzzle, the developer had a different solution in mind. Thankfully there is a skip button so these puzzles can be solved.
Outside of that a couple of times the object you needed to progress could have been a little better layed out (for example you use a paint roller to haul in a boat...which based on the scene wouldn't really reach.
Minor gripes aside I got a solid 4 to 5 hours out of it and enjoyed the story and gameplay overall.