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  • They also hope to rescue the fair Cecilia along the way

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      MacGyver: Good Knight MacGyver Part 2 picks up where part one ends. Back in the time of King Arthur, Mac sets up with Merlin to find the evil Morgana and try to clear his family name, which was disgraced. They also hope to rescue the fair Cecilia along the way. She’s Sir Galahad’s beloved.

      The opening bit has


      some action in it, and just like in part 1, Richard Dean Anderson is playing it with amusement. He gets highly frustrated with Merlin, resulting in a hysterical bit that is highly entertaining.

      The two-parter was written by John Considine, and he did an exceptional job, making this script a mix of drama, action, and tongue-in-cheek dialog. The cast ...


      • is equally thrilling. Colm Meaney is the genealogist, Christopher Neame is the evil Duncan, Time Winters is the insecure Merlin, and Robin Strasser is wonderful as Morgana.

        The added treat to part two occurs about midway through part two when fans, at last, after seven years, learn MacGyver’s first name. It’s a whopper, and it explains a lot.

        Personally, though, I love it. The ending is a classic, too. Lots of fun there, none of which I intend to spoil here.

        Good Knight MacGyver is wonderful viewing. Anderson looked the part of the good knight and played it in such a way that it truly works. It’s a delight that will put a smile on any fan’s face.




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