MacGyver goes to the office of lawyer Wilton Newberry. Newberry is busy cleaning his office and tells MacGyver to wait until precisely 7 a.m. for his appointment. They met during the reading of Harry's will. Newberry has a codicil to Harry's will. In it Harry says to go to Mel's Auto Storage to pick up something very special but not before 10 a.m. There's a card in the envelope that tells him to keep his eyes on the road and his hands on the wheel. MacGyver remembers back to when he was a child and Harry let him drive the car, and gave him the same instructions...Read the full recap
Wilton Newberry: Now, Mr. MacGyver, I am in a panic. I do not seem to have a record of your name in the file.
MacGyver: Yeah, it's just "MacGyver."
Wilton Newberry: Isn't that wonderful? You must save so much ink signing checks.
(from Harry's will)
Harry Jackson: "Dear Bud. If you're reading this note, I guess I'm pushing up daisies. Well, at least I'm not paying taxes."
(MacGyver picks a lock)
Bill Cody: Can you teach me how to do that?
MacGyver: I don't think that's such a good idea.
Bill Cody: Probably right.
Bill Cody: Tell me something: how could a million bucks be immoral?