Genre 3: Letters to the Creator
Dissections and Psychology edition
Conservative Side: Carla
People with families are also usually very conservative about what they watch, or let their children see. So it is very understandable on why Carla would rather her children not see adult content, especially if their fairly young with impressionable minds. Also, Kansas is a much more conservative state (Haverluck), so sometimes comedy and certain content isn't too well appreciated depending on which parts of Kansas a person grew up in. So here we can assume Carla might've grown up in in a more conservative area.
Progressive Side: Bart
Nostalgia can create a type of fondness of a certain show, song, and other things that can be deeply rooted into one's childhood. This can end up creating either a negative feeling when the object of their nostalgia changes, of a surprisingly positive one (Holbrook). Also, Michigan is a much more laid back state (Haverluck) in certain cases. Most comedy unless it's about ethnicity is actually well appreciated instead of criticized.