MacGyver: (seeing the partially-wrecked car they're using) That's what you ordered?
Diana: I wanted something that wouldn't attract attention.
MacGyver: Even when they see us pushing it down a highway?
MacGyver: All right. I had a nitro bomb and a smoke bomb. Anybody bumped into me too hard... well, it'd be memorable.
Diana: Duct tape?
MacGyver: Never leave home without it.
Pete: What are you going to do with your share [of the reward]?
MacGyver: Oh, I don't know. Maybe get a new roll of duct tape.
(After Diana gives $20,000 to Anton Dubcek's new foundation.)
Dubcek: Thank you, you are very generous.
Diana: That's something no one's ever said to me before.
MacGyver: Feels pretty good, doesn't it?
Dubcek: Viera, you are my wife.
Viera: It was an assignment.
MacGyver: It's kinda interesting how you can put one thing with another and cook up the right formula for stayin' out of trouble. My old high school physics and chemistry classes come in real handy sometimes. Not to mention the fact that when you're in a squeeze, necessity always seems to come through as the true mother of invention.
MacGyver: Where did you learn how to speak Czech?
Diana: Correspondence school.
MacGyver: Oh, like 'the Czech is in the mail'?
Diana: For a minute I thought you were putting the moves on me.
MacGyver: Don't flatter yourself.