MacGyver (S02E21) “Wind + Water”

This week fans of MacGyver were given the great news that the show will continue for a third season. With rarely a dull moment of reprieve to be had with these off the wall storylines, it’s great to see that we will be seeing more of these beloved characters and the actors who portray them….

MacGyver (S02E20) “Skyscraper + Power”

  The search for MacGyver’s father is something that is always going on in the background. It’s been taxing both emotionally and mentally, and you can see the break down starting to occur within MacGyver. There have been so many obstacles in the way, that he is starting to lose hope. The answer is closer than…

MacGyver (S02E19) “Benjamin Franklin + Grey Duffle”

Review: We can have come to expect a death defying escape at the beginning of each episode, and this one is no different. There is no task that seems to be out of reach for this dynamic team, even when they are soaring above the clouds. It always makes for an entertaining hour of television….

MacGyver (S02E18) “Riley + Airplane”

Review: After what seemed like a long hiatus, MacGyver is back in action with a brand new episode. This one certainly tipped the scales, giving us an action packed episode that makes the viewer go through a plethora of emotions. The writers are able to connect to the audience and bring a fantastic story to…

MacGyver (S02E17) “Bear Trap + Mob Boss”

Review: It never fails, each episode starts with an action packed sequence, it is something we have all come to depend on and we are never disappointed. Their latest conquest has them in a very perilous situation, entering the very toxic grounds of Chernobyl. Now that Matty’s (Meredith Eaton) secret has been exposed a delicate…

MacGyver (S02E16) “Hammock + Balcony”

Review: After a month long hiatus MacGyver is finally back in action. With all the waiting, this episode certainly didn’t disappoint. The writers know how to captivate the audience and keep us engaged, leaving us wanting more. It’s a brilliant way to hook unsuspecting viewers, you never know what is going to happen next. With…

MacGyver (S02E15) “Murdoc + Handcuffs”

Review: The monumental episode has finally graced our screens. We get double the trouble as the original Murdoc (Michael Des Barres) guest stars as Murdoc’s (David Dastmalchian) mentor of all things chaotic, Nicholas Helman. This dangerous duo seem to be at odds though, which makes for an action packed episode. Just like any other episode…

MacGyver (S02E14) “Mardi Gras Beads + Chair”

Review:   One of Jack’s (George Eads) many undercover alias has garnered some unwanted attention. Someone is using his disabled identity and they must go to New Orleans to confront the formidable foe, and stop them before they do too much damage. We soon realize that the con artist isn’t the real threat, it seems…

MacGyver (S02E13) “CO2 Sensor + Tree Branch”

Review:   The team is off to the annual Korman Challenge. Which is basically a battle of wits and intelligence. The Phoenix Foundation has yet to win the competition, but this could be their year. Thanks to an inspiring speech by their fearless leader, Matty (Meredith Eaton), they are ready to work their magic. With…

MacGyver (S02E11) “Bullet + Pen”

Review:   It’s a MacGyver Christmas and after another succesful mission the team is celebrating. Everything seems picturesque and perfect, which means that something must happen to interrupt their jovial time. Matty (Meredith Eaton) comes bearing bad news, the police are on their way and they must do everything to ensure that their espionage cover…

MacGyver (S02E10) “War Room + Ship”

Review:   Jack (George Eads) has decides to take matters into his own hands concerning the troublesome Elwood (Billy Baldwin). Someone wants him dead, but now that he is back in Riley’s life, Jack will go to any lengths to make sure she doesn’t suffer another unnecessary loss. In Elwood’s moment of clarity, the one…

MacGyver (S02E09) “CD-ROM + Hoagie Foil”

Review:   MacGyver (Lucas Till) has uncovered something his father had hidden away, he enlists Jill (Kate Bond) to try to uncover the secrets of the decrepit 8mm footage. Hoping to unlock more clues of where his father could be, his attempts have been futile before this point, perhaps this will be exactly the break…