Throughout the episode the government organization "DXS" is mistakenly referred to as "DSX".
Nikki: Well, I'm sure you two have things to talk about. Always a pleasure, MacGyver.
Webber: Oh, I hate to have her leave, but I love watching her go.
Ingers: Good evening, your Excellency, it's bound and gag time. Let's show the minister to his new quarters, shall we?
MacGyver: Let's take a look at his operations agenda. You got a password?
Pete: Yeah. "Agenda".
Nikki: MacGyver was right about you.
Webber: Well, if you value his opinion so much, maybe I can bury you side by side, my dear.
MacGyver: You know, you are sounding more like a bureaucrat every day.
Nikki: I am one, damn it. Born and bred.
Nikki: Look, MacGyver, I know enough to know when I'm getting the runaround. Now, why won't you deal with Matt Webber?
MacGyver: What are you going to do?
Pete: Oh, well... I'm going to carry on; what do you think? Listen, I've got plenty to do. I've got more things to do than I'll ever get done.
MacGyver: Like what?
Pete: Oh, like, uh... write my book. Work on my boat. Go fishing.
MacGyver: You hate fishing.
Ed: After spending our youth helping the DSX wage a Cold War, isn't it nice to be older, wiser, and part of the peace process?
Pete: Yes, it is. Well, for me, that's what the Phoenix Foundation is all about.
MacGyver: Mankind is in the habit of creating its own monsters. And fortunately, once in a while, it also gets the chance to destroy them.
Matt Webber: (sarcastically) Greetings, Amunde. Welcome to This Is Your Life.
The German episode title is "Der neue Boss". The Italian episode title is "La seconda giovinezza", meaning "Second Childhood".
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