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Macgyver is a secret agent with a difference. He is quiet, mild mannered, deeply principled and refuses to carry a gun on his missions. Fortunately, the last detail is unimportant when compared to his astounding mind. Drawing on a vast practical knowledge of science, Macgyver is able to make use of any mundane materials around him to create unorthodox solutions to any problem he faces. The enemies of world peace and justice continually learn that underestimating this man is a fatal mistake for their plans.
Macgyver is an enigmatic loner who often finds himself working for an organization called the Phoenix Foundation, the government, or a friend in need. He encounters all types of dangers and escapes from them not with weapons, but with his ability to create gadgets out of everyday objects. His enemies range from militant drug lords and dictators to racist store owners. No matter what he's up against, Macgyver can always defeat his foes with his cunning and his skill.
This was a fun series, very much enjoyed by those I knew who watched it. Anderson is perfect in the role and I liked Elcar as well. Really entertaining and imaginative writing. I was sorry to see it go and am looking forward to re-runs if they happen.
MacGyver was a series that I began watching during the mid-1980s while in grade school. Working for the enigmatic "Phoenix Foundation", MacGyver travels the globe on seemingly philanthropic missions of helping the poor or unfortunate, or perhaps working on some other charitable task. Sometimes the storyline takes place against a relevant backdrop for the time, such as Cold War politics or the Los Angeles gang scene. Like a charm, tension arises during the course of the show which requires MacGyver to rise to the challenge and finally defeat the baddies by the time the episode ends. This usually entails his escape from some sort of physical confinement and/or blowing stuff up with bombs made from pinecones, swamp gas, or household cleaning agents. In some episodes he becomes romantically involved with some temporary female character, though I believe these always stay within the bounds of general good taste. In other episodes he teams up with his circle of regular character friends, such as Bruce McGill as Jack Dalton, Dana Elcar as the Phoenix Foundation's Pete Thornton, or even Teri Hatcher of pre-Desperate Housewives fame. Whatever the episode, the show brought together enough action and adventure, science and engineering, romance, and interesting characters to make it worthy to enter the national consciousness - at least for guys who were but adolescent boys at the time.<br/><br/>Having watched some episodes now in my adult life, the show naturally looks a bit dated (notably with Mac's hockey player mullet common to the 80s). The acting is not all that great, particularly with the minor characters and extras. And although the episodes supposedly take place throughout the world, it's a bit unconvincing now; what is supposed to be an orphanage in North Africa looks suspiciously like something that might be found in a suburb in some California/West Coast park. But despite the deficiencies I now recognize, MacGyver is still entertaining. The battle of good against evil - where good always wins, even in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles - is the central theme of the show. The clever "MacGyverisms" - inventions Mac creates to get him out of tough situations - helped give the show a kind of originality which I don't believe has been repeated since. As such, MacGyver was a huge appeal to me as a kid, and even today it can hold my attention enough to keep me entertained for an hour.