Mac and Jack partner with older versions of themselves, a Russian bomb programmer and his estranged handler, to shut down a Soviet-era warhead in Moscow. But when the antiquated computer needed becomes inoperable, Mac must find a way to fix it with only duct tape and wire.
Did You Know?
Along with the principle characters of MacGyver, Dalton, and Thornton, there are two other characters in this episode that are based on characters from MacGyver (1986). Agent Bannister, played by Selena Anduze in this episode, was played by Michael Goodwin in a couple of episodes in the original series. Penny Parker, played by Bianca Malinowski in this episode, was played by Teri Hatcher in several episodes of the original series. See more
On the getaway car in Ankara, the Turkish registration plate reads 6Y LD 30T9. This is not a valid Turkish plate, which should start with 06 (for Ankara) and should only have digits in the third block. See more
The power cord on the door was a nice move, and I truly respect anybody who can try and hot-wire a car with a steak knife, but I need to talk to you.
Stay away from me, you KGB bastard!
KGB? The KGB was disbanded before I was even born!
References Donkey Kong