The guys decide to have a poker game in the back room. Sam is a bit hesitant to play as he doesn't want to leave Rebecca alone in charge of the bar. Rebecca is offended by this notion, so ... See full summary »



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Philip Perlman ...
Stephen Rowe ...
Agent #1
Frank Schuller ...
Agent #2 (as Frank M. Schuller)
Customer #1
Nancy Stephens ...
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The guys decide to have a poker game in the back room. Sam is a bit hesitant to play as he doesn't want to leave Rebecca alone in charge of the bar. Rebecca is offended by this notion, so Sam does join the poker game and leaves Rebecca in charge. Rebecca is invigorated by this challenge. One of her first challenges is that a letter comes back with insufficient postage. It is the renewal for the bar's liquor license, which has now expired because of the undelivered letter. Rebecca was supposed to send it in two weeks ago. Rebecca doesn't want Sam to know about this blunder. As Carla finds out that they can get the renewal done in person tomorrow, Rebecca does whatever she can to manage and run the bar without the license for the day. A wrench may be thrown into the proceedings by a disgruntled neighbor. By the end of the day, Rebecca's reputation as not only a competent business person, but a competent person, period, is on the line. If she's not, things could come crashing down around... Written by Huggo

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13 February 1992 (USA)  »

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Kevin Sorbo is one of the extras in this episode, he can be seen sitting at the bar as one of the patrons. See more »


There is a vent that is visible on the wall between the hallway and the office, directly above one of the picture frames. The vent is important to the plot of the episode. It does not appear in any other episodes of the series. See more »


John Allen Hill: Right now, I'm entertaining two hundred elderly women from the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Sam Malone: Giving them a first hand account, John?
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References Licence to Kill (1989) See more »

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License to Hill (#10.18)
27 June 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The guys are having a poker game in the pool room and Sam leaves Rebecca in charge of the bar,although he is hesitant. Rebecca wants to prove to him that he can handle her responsibility well but then fins out that they don't have a liquor license as she forgot to apply. She comes up with an idea how to make it until the end of the day when they get their license and at the end it turns out it was Sam's fault.

Good episode. I fin how they handles the situation pretty funny. Especially when Cliff got basically drunk in a placebo effect. Also great that it was Sam's fault, not Rebecca's. And Lilith was absolutely funny in this episode, one of the highlights when she acted on how strong the scotch is.

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