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Dr. Laura Sand
MacGyver: Quite a painting, huh?
Laura: Peter Paul Rubens. The hills north of Antwerp. About 1625.
MacGyver: 1625? I wouldn't give you $15 for it. Sorry.
Laura: I know where you can get a great deal on a matador painting. On black velvet.
MacGyver: Now you're talking art.
Laura: You know, Rubens painted a lot of Antwerp landscapes, Mr. Bolinski. Are you sure this one is yours?
Sam: Listen, doctor, this painting used to hang over our fireplace. As a boy, I would stare into it and wonder what was behind that hill, what was beyond those trees. I grew up in this painting, Dr. Sand. It is part of me.
Laura: Those are historic documents.
Madame Brandenburg: And now they're historic ashes.
MacGyver: Hi, Pete.
Pete: MacGyver, you look terrific. You should wear tux more often.
MacGyver: Strictly camouflage. As long as I have to be here I might as well blend in.
Sam: Changing your name, you can do. But changing who you are... this you can never do.
The French episode title is "Un paysage d'Anvers", meaning "A Landscape of Antwerp". The Italian episode title is "La superiorità è assoluta", meaning "Absolute Superiority".
Due to themes relating to the Holocaust, this episode is not aired in Germany.
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