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
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During a scene in the pool room, where the guys are playing cards, you can see the main room from in front of the set. The guys have put up a blanket over the main entrance to keep the cigar smoke from filtering out. The camera is at an angle looking out of the pool room towards the covered entrance. To the left of the blanket, you see wall, then the main room. See more
John Allen Hill
Right now, I'm entertaining two hundred elderly women from the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Giving them a first hand account, John?
References Licence to Kill