Jack Dalton: What is it? You don't like eggs with chocolate sauce?
Two Eagles: You make a better nurse than a chef.
Two Eagles: My time has passed. My people are scattered, lost. No one knows about the old ways anymore. The ways of the wolf spirit.
Jack Dalton: So, you're a little down in the dumps...
Jack Dalton: Oh come on, Mac. Where's your sense of adventure? What happened to that will o' the wisp guy I've come to know and love?
MacGyver: He's skiing. At a resort, where the greatest danger is an overpopulated hot tub.
Jack Dalton: Well I didn't come here to be shunned. I wouldn't shun you. Why would you shun me? I hate being shunned.
Two Eagles: You would sell out your own people?
Perry: What have they done for me lately? I look out for number one.
Grant: We can make this a very unpleasant trip for you, Chief.
Two Eagles: I'm too old to be afraid.
Grant: Yeah, but you're not too old to be history.
Perry: My father was a fool, like you. He followed the trap lines until he died in his tracks out here. That's not going to happen to me. I work for Grant. I drive a Camaro.
Two Eagles: Bad trade for your soul.
Perry: It's not just the old man. The spirit of the wolf is part of my people.
Grant: Aw, since when? Perry, you and I have been stealing beads and trinkets out of the graves of your people for three years
Jack Dalton: Hey, we're not dead yet! MacGyver's going to get us out of here. Aren't you, MacGyver?
MacGyver: Haven't got a clue.
Jack Dalton: Mac, that's not like you.
MacGyver: This door is over a foot thick!
* A hot steam iron to melt glue for skis
* Hemp from a belt, soaked in oil, to make a fuse
* Powdered zinc and copper to make an explosive charge
* A board and stump to hold open a barricade long enough to climb under it
* A dummy made out of snow, wearing a parka, to lure the bad guy out