One of the best parts of the story line is where Bobby takes Pam along with him to the restaurant so he can personally observe his setup of Hicks. Bobby knows this is wrong, and is struggling with it. Pam is talking to Bobby while Bobby watches the Hicks setup. It's almost as if Pam is quite literally the voice of Bobby's conscience. Pam: I'm worried about you, Bobby. I'm worried about us. Cliff told me you forced the cartel to buy you out. Bobby: It was a business deal, pure and simple Pam: They said you pushed them to the wall Bobby: Honey, I'm in business (notices the prostitute entering the room for the setup) I do what I have to do. Pam: No matter who gets hurt? Bobby: Nobody's going to get hurt Pam: Everybody is going to get hurt. Bobby: Let's just enjoy the evening. (watches the prostitute start in on George Hicks) Everything is going to be fine. . . It's going to be just fine. In that scene, you can imagine that it's not Pam talking to Bobby, but his conscience talking to him. Very well written scene.