MacGyver

Lost Love (2)

Season 3, Ep 2, Aired 9/28/87
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  • Episode Description
  • The KBG have Lisa in their grasp, and to free her MacGyver must get The Ming Dragon for them. MacGyver enlists the help of his old buddy, Jack Dalton, to help him steal it.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dana Elcar

    Peter Thornton

  • Richard Dean Anderson

    MacGyver

  • Jerry Ludwig

  • Cliff Bole

  • James Hong

    Commissioner Chu

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • A solid part one ascends to classic status in the well-crafted conclusion.

    By mark_28, May 01, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (15)

    • Jack: Call it and get it. He's your friend, he looks the other way. You borrow the Dragon as bait to get Lisa and Kossov out, up up and away. MacGyver: How? Jack: You'll come up with something. That's what you're good at.

    • MacGyver: Jack, doesn't this remind you of the time you were climbing through that Mayan pyramid full of snakes and spiders? Jack: Did I tell you about that? MacGyver: In great detail. Jack: Well, actually, I didn't exactly participate in that crawl. But I saw the movie. MacGyver: That's a comfort.

    • Lisa: You were both unbelievable. Jack: Ah, shucks, ma'am, you're just saying that because it's true.

    • Pete: MacGyver, you're a genius. Jack: That's a matter of opinion.

    • Jack: Houdini was an amateur.

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    Trivia (3)

    • Although Chu says he only installed one camera, the playback features multiple views at different angles and positions.

    • As MacGyver and Jack crawl through ductwork, the rope used to hang the vent cover was already hanging down.

    • We learn Pete was born December 18, 1933.

    Allusions (1)

    • Jack's comment, "Well, this is another fine mess you've gotten me into," rendered in an English accent, is a take on Norvelle "Oliver" Hardy, a heavyset American comedy actor sporting a black derby and mustache who is best known for starring with Stan Laurel in dozens of movies from 1927 through 1951. Hardy typically delivers the line after his partner Stan has gotten them both into some kind of trouble.

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