MacGyver: I'll brief you on each of the next four days as we go along. Any questions?
Chuck Laraby: Yeah, what's for dinner?
MacGyver: A gourmet selection of the finest freeze-dried food known to man.
(at a high bridge)
Chuck Laraby: The brochure said this was going to be a stress-free weekend.
Tony Parisio: Come on, Chuck, you're not afraid of falling, are you?
Chuck Laraby: No, it's the sudden stop at the bottom that worries me.
MacGyver: Acrophobia wasn't on your application for this program. Are you hiding anything else?
Chuck Laraby: Just my pride.
Tony Parisio: You know, one of these days you're gonna wake up dead if you don't learn to relax.
Henry Colter: You don't actually think we look like convicts?
Liz: You tell me. What's a convict look like?
Henry Colter: Actually, we look pretty bad. (laughs)
* Branches to make a crude miniature hut, with a fire underneath, rigged to a fishing line. When someone approaches, the fishing line is pulled and the branches shoot up, spraying the ashes into the man's face.
* A telescope as a barrel, a bullhorn to provide pressure, to shoot a wad of cotton bedding filled with vinegar and red pepper and blind a man.