Atticus: Come on, MacGyver. Still dawdling after all these years? You haven't changed.
MacGyver: What, you have? You're the only man I'd know who'd plan an archeological dig in the middle of a civil war.
Atticus: Whatever happened to that eager young student at university who was so anxious to explore ancient ruins and solve the mysteries of the ages?
MacGyver: He remembers his last experience with you!
Atticus: (laughing) You're not still bothered by that minor mishap?
MacGyver: We were buried alive! That's minor?!
Atticus: If I've always taught you anything in university, it's that the search for truth is never easy, MacGyver.