Informational non-uniformity of the Torah bothers me a lot, I'd rather expect from a holy book to be evenly informational (cf. Parshas Mishpotim for example). (I remember asking a question once about that, I can't find it now.)
Instead, we have long passages bearing no educational or Halahic (to learn something from it) value (Parshas Nessi'im for example) where verse after verse there are no interpretations, commentary or reference whatsoever.
Are there verses that are not interpreted by any any book? If yes, What is the importance of those passages? Does anybody mention that they were interpreted once and we forgot the interpretations?