Of course, they should have been nice to Krystle. But one of the numerous things I liked about Season 1, and to a degree Season 2, is that there were so many characters who seemed to hold Krystle in contempt -- not simply because she was an outsider or came from a working class background, but because she was genuinely nice. In real life, such a person tends to generate a surprising amount of resentment because of the contrast their very existence creates. Their simply being alive, let alone their actions and attitudes, acts as reminder of an objective standard of fairness which many, many people deeply, instinctively resent. They're fine with "fakey" nice, because they understand that hustle. But three-dimensional nice is often quite despised. Some people hate you for your good qualities, not necessarily your flaws. Did DYNASTY make a mistake in having everybody warm to Krystle (except for the jealous ex-wife, that is)? Or can that be rationalized by her increasing mental issues due to all those head injuries...?