Murdoc: I hope it's not too uncomfortable for you back there, gentlemen.
Pete: Don't worry. We'll live.
Murdoc: I seriously doubt that, Thornton.
MacGyver: Why didn't you tell me?
Pete: I operate on a need-to-know basis. I guess you need to know.
Pete: Probably a low-power charge, specially designed. It's only going to destroy the bed.
MacGyver: (sitting on the bed) What about the guy on it?
Pete: Yeah, that, too.
MacGyver: Why are you smiling like that?
Pete: I know that look. I've never been able to figure out how your mind works, but I know when it works.
Pete: The old duct tape, huh.
MacGyver: Never leave home without it.
Pete: Listen, MacGyver. Anybody who can use a paper clip, a pair of shoelaces, and a rusty monkey wrench to take out two bazookas could be very useful in taking Murdoc. Help me.
Pete: You are a do-gooder, MacGyver. Ninety percent of the people in the world are smart: they see trouble coming, and they duck and run. Ten percent are like you. Can't resist cleaning up the mess.
Jack: They blew up my cab with a bazooka?
MacGyver: Two bazookas. But I can explain.
Jack: Bazookas? You can explain bazookas? You cannot explain bazookas!
MacGyver: Mr. Thornton and I were riding in your cab, chasing this woman who… was… actually a man who had a guy with a bazooka waiting, and he blew up your cab.
Pete: What's that?
MacGyver: Duct tape. Real handy stuff. Carry it with me all the time.
Pete: Just in case you run into a bazooka or two?
MacGyver: Or whatever.
MacGyver: Murdoc's just the kind to set these neat, perfect little traps.
Murdoc: Do you remember what Mark Twain once said? "The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated."
Jack: (Upon seeing a car being crushed.) That's how I felt when I got my first Dear John letter.
The German episode title is "Totgesagte leben länger", meaning "The Condemned Live Longer".