Christon's article was a marvelous spoof on criticism. Imagine applying the critical standards of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff" to a half-hour episode of a blue-collar failure of a family.
To subject Roseanne and her loveable husband to the rigors of Edward Albee's characters really takes a stretch of wackiness.
Christon's should lighten up and accept "Roseanne" for what it is: a half-hour of hot fudge sundae for the mind. It's good, clean, family fun. Why not enjoy it?