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  • With the flashback over, Mac and Pete have to deal with their current problem

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      Now this season two episode of MacGyer, called Partners, is a good one and one worth watching repeatedly. It’s been seven years to the day that MacGyver and Pete Thornton met. Mac’s friend, Jack Dalton, is in the hospital, and Mac is helping him out by driving his cab for a while. This is when a woman enters the cab and accidentally brings MacGyver into

      the spy business. The woman isn’t a woman at all, but a sinister bad guy named Murdoc.

      Chasing Murdoc is Pete Thornton, complete with thinning air. At first, Pete uses his gun to get Mac to drive him where he needs to go, but it’s not long before the two begin to work together. Pete is amazed by the things he sees Mac and quickly learns ...


      • to appreciate it. This long, involved flashback is a really nice set up of how these two best friends met and began a lasting friendship.

        With the flashback over, Mac and Pete have to deal with their current problem. Murdoc didn’t die years ago like they thought. In fact, he maneuvered them into their current predicament, being confined inside a truck that is set to blow up.

        The clock is ticking as our heroes search for a way out.

        MacGyver: Partners is a wonderful episode. Michael Des Barres is truly evil as the deranged Murdoc and earned his recurring status, since he does continue to appear on the show as this character. Bruce McGill is good as Jack Dalton, and this is probably the only show where he’s tolerable, since the set up isn’t his fault.




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