Kill Zone

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Quotes (19)

  • Col. Phelps: When you pulled him out of bed in the middle of the night for this, I wondered if he really knew what he was getting in to. Pete: He knew the same things all of us knew. I didn't hold anything back from him.

  • Col. Phelps: Why him, Pete? Why MacGyver? Pete: Because he has the scientific knowledge and knows how to move fast through rough country. Aside from that he's the best person I know to deal with... whatever it is he's going to deal with out there. And he volunteered. Wouldn't have it any other way.

  • Col. Phelps: What's he doing? Pete: Well, he put the torch on it before to melt the casement material so it'd fill in the hole. Now freezing it locks it tight. Right? MacGyver: That's pretty good, Pete.

  • Pete: That's the problem. She doesn't stop. She won't give up. MacGyver: Yeah, well, she gave up this time. (They stop and look at each other.) Pete: What? MacGyver: She gave up way too easily.

  • MacGyver: One thing happened here: you saw what was possible. It might take a little longer, but the world's going to hear from you again. Dr. Millhouse: You can be sure of it.

  • MacGyver: The things you're trying to do… I think they're good things. Dr. Millhouse: Thank you. But I've decided to go into a different direction. I'm going to develop an organism that eats red tape.

  • Dr. Millhouse: One… giant step backwards for mankind. Now, why don't you two go back to where you came from and get the hell out of my lab.

  • Dr. Millhouse: If you'd watched a child starve to death, or seen old people living on dog food, you might understand what I'm trying to do here. MacGyver: An end to world hunger; that's it, huh? You know, you're not the only one who wants to see that happen.

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  • The German episode title is "Gefahr aus dem Weltall, meaning "Danger from the Universe". The French episode title is "Ultime expérience", meaning "Ultimate Experience". The Italian episode title is "La morte caduta dal cielo", meaning "Death Falls from the Sky".