I still like Aviva. I *do* feel more bad for her than anger or hatred of her. There's a deep rooted issue there - playing an amateur psychologist here; but it seems she lacks a certain self-esteem that she feels she MUST have other people apologize to her when she feels she has been wronged. (whether she in fact has been wronged is a different issue entirely, just that she FEELS she has been wronged). She has major problems in just letting things go and saying "F-- it" we don't see eye to eye on these things, let's just agree to disagree. Of course its hard to say if this is a generalized character flaw that carries over to the real important people in her life (that aren't necessarily on the TV show) or is just magnified and amped up for TV ratings purposes and directed only at her castmates. And she definitely is barking up the wrong trees if she expects narcissistic castmates to apologize to her. Narcissists are incapable of apologies.