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  • Though it begins subtly with Mac on the beach (the women love that scene), the majority of the show is full of various escape attempts, which is definitely necessary when Mac is held by the bad guys and tied to the ground under a scorching sun
  • I like it, but it's not one of my top favorites

    • by Orrymain
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      Mac heads for Burma and becomes involved in helping some of the locals to get free of the opium dealers who want them to harvest their crops. It’s essentially slavery, and Mac can’t help himself after he meets one of the young boys. He’s saddened by what he sees, comparing the villagers to

      cowering dogs who have been beaten into submission.

      MacGyver’s quest to help the natives isn’t all that welcome at first, and the young boy is disheartened to think that Mac would leave them to fend for themselves. Of course, he doesn’t, and that’s when the fight for freedom really takes sail.

      There is a lot of ...


      • action in MacGyver: The Golden Triangle. Though it begins subtly with Mac on the beach (the women love that scene), the majority of the show is full of various escape attempts, which is definitely necessary when Mac is held by the bad guys and tied to the ground under a scorching sun.

        There isn’t a

        cute wrap up to this episode, either. When the action ends, one of the villagers says “Now we are free,” to which MacGyver says a quick, “Yeah.” So, this is a more action oriented show that has some heart but no cutesy stuff. I like it, but it’s not one of my top favorites.




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