In London, MacGyver is driving through the streets and remembering a climbing expedition where he tries to haul his friend injured Paul to safety. When the line threatens to break, MacGyver promises him that no one is going to die...Read the full recap
Paul Moran: So, you like the car I had waiting for you?
MacGyver: Well, it's, uh, red, but very nice, thanks.
Paul Moran: Well, at least you didn't roll it this time.
MacGyver: It's early.
Paul Moran: MacGyver and I spent the 70s brainstorming solutions to save the world.
Natalia Krim: What a shame they didn't work.
MacGyver: We're still trying.
MacGyver: All right, look, you move like a cat, you handle a gun like a pro, and you've got a poison cartridge pen in your purse. Is there anything you want to tell me about your "unique qualifications"?
Natalia Krim: There's nothing to tell.
Tony Graves: Well, you can't go in without it, MacGyver. If you don't wear a wire, we'll have no way of knowing if anything goes wrong.
MacGyver: I don't like wires. If something does go wrong, they're impossible to explain.
Natalia Krim: You are very stubborn.
Natalia Krim: It's part of your charm.
Natalia Krim: You don't understand; you could never understand. No one's ever stolen your government, discarded your beliefs, left your people without dignity, with nothing.
Elise Moran: My father cared so much for this planet. He just wanted to do some good.
MacGyver: He did. The world's a safer place because of Paul.
Elise Moran: Maybe. But my father—your friend—he's gone.
MacGyver: Then I guess it's up to us.