Pam and Cliff had an unusual relationship in that Cliff claimed to love her, and he probably did in his own way, but when she needed his help, he didn't come through for her. When Cliff was being tried for the murder of Julie Grey, the lawyer asked Pam: When you needed your brother's help, did he help you? She said "No." Cliff was ready to let Pam be thought of as a traitor. He could of easily exonerated her of all suspicion but chose not to. Cliff asked her to loan him money and then used it to hurt her husband's business. She only ever made one substantial request of a favor from Cliff - to drop his feud with her husband's family. Cliff refused Pam's request. It was a give and take relationship. Pam gave and Cliff took. Pam helped Cliff whenever he needed help no matter what the reason, but Cliff didn't reciprocate. Do you think that Pam accepting that and keeping on helping Cliff despite it is admirable or do you think she should have stood up for herself and refused to be continue to allow her brother to treat her so poorly?