You and I will have to disagree.
BTW, my opinion is educated. LOL!
As long as we’re discussing Dickens, put in my vote for “Our Mutual Friend.” As long as you skip over the bits where Dickens goes on and on and on about the Poor Law, it’s got everything a modern audience would love: obsessive love, murderous assaults, true love, a murder mystery, dodgy financial doings, etc.
Bleak House doesn’t lend itself to humor either but still manages to be dynamic and indelible with complex character interrelationships.