Season 6, Episode 123
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Airdate 8th April 1991
Written by John Sheppard
Guest Stars Kristen Meadows as Suzanne
Rochelle Greenwood as Amy
Michael Des Barres as Murdoc
Directed by Michael Vejar
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The evil assassin Murdoc is back! And he's been ordered to kill the only hit that got away... MacGyver!


Murdoc is back and was ordered to kill MacGyver or they will kill him. MacGyver got back to his boathouse and found everything that was setup for a dinner. But he sat down and saw Murdoc. MacGyver was pretty surprised, even though he is suppose to be dead. Murdoc trapped Mac's hands and feet and there was no escape. Murdoc put a camera on for his death and streched a string on to an arrow that an angel statue held. He put a candle under the string which heated the string to make a release of the arrow. Murdoc pushed a button which freed MacGyver. MacGyver dived out of his seat in a knick of time which hit straight to the chair and swiped through his hair. Murdoc left and MacGyver gave Pete a call.

MacGyver drove a car on a straight road and turned when he saw Murdoc came out with a bazooka. Murdoc fired the bazooka and the car MacGyver was in exploded heavily and spread everywhere. Murdoc looked at the car and went into the car but didn't see MacGyver. He only saw his ID and the things in his pocket. MacGyver was running away from Murdoc when he had a blooded face on his right cheek. He made it to a wooden house and two people named Amy and Suzzane cleared off his face. Murdoc knew that MacGyver had to be in the house part with the cabin. He ran to it and saw MacGyver in the cabin. MacGyver just found out that he had lost his memory in the explosion. Suzzane is the mother of Amy and Suzzane doesn't want Amy to go in the cabin but she goes in the secret way. Murdoc switches pictures ID with a photo of him and scares Suzzane and convinces that MacGyer is named Murdoc and that he is a serial killer. So Suzzane warns Amy but she doesn't believe Murdoc when he acts to be MacGyver. Murdoc warns them to leave while Murdoc goes and kills MacGyver. But Amy runs away from the vehicle and runs to the cabin while Suzzane gets the shot gun. Amy doesn't have the key to unlock the door so she yells out to him and MacGyver wakes up and knows that Murdoc is trying to kill him. So MacGyver warns Amy to get out of the way and he jumps through the window door and they run away. But Suzzane shoots Murdoc with the gun but Murdoc was carrying the bullets. He kidnapped Suzzane and crawled into a keep out zone with a tall elevator rusted. He makes a trap if MacGyver goes and resues her. He lights a string and if it falls to the end, the elevator would smack hundreds of feet down. He puts string around the entrance and if he moves it, the place will cave in on them. So Mac gets the string little bit up and crawls under and fights Murdoc fist to fist. Murdoc was pushed and heavy rocks smashed onto him. But Murdoc breaks free and Mac frees Suzzane from the elevator fall and Murdoc steps in a rope loop. He was pulled down the elevator and fell down the elevator fall.

When the police came to search the body, they tell Mac if he was sure he fell because they cannot find the body of Murdoc...


Richard Dean Anderson ... MacGyver
Dana Elcar ... Pete Thornton
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Long John Baldry ... Man #2
Michael Des Barres ... Murdoc
Rochelle Greenwood ... Amy Walker
Larry N. Hill ... Sheriff
Judith Maxie ... Woman
Kristen Meadows ... Suzanne Walker
Michael Puttonen ... Man #1

Episode CrewEdit

Produced byEdit
John Rich .... executive producer
Original Music byEdit
Ken Harrison
Sound DepartmentEdit
Daryl Lathrop .... adr recordist
Jerry Trent .... foley artist
Guy Tsujimoto .... sound effects editor
Camera and Electrical DepartmentEdit
Robert McLachlan .... cinematographer: second unit
Music DepartmentEdit
Randy Edelman .... composer: theme music
Series Crew

These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?

Directed byEdit
Cliff Bole (15 episodes 1986-1988)
Michael Caffey (16 episodes 1989-1991)
James L. Conway (7 episodes 1986-1988)
Charles Correll (19 episodes 1986-1990)
William Gereghty (19 episodes 1989-1992)
Michael Preece (11 episodes 1989-1991)
Michael Vejar (17 episodes 1987-1992)
Writing creditsEdit

(in alphabetical order)

Lee David Zlotoff creator

Produced byEdit
Kevin Inch .... producer (3 episodes 1986)
Stephen Kronish .... co-producer (2 episodes 1987)
Terry Nation .... producer (6 episodes 1985)
Lee David Zlotoff .... producer
Original Music byEdit
Bruce Babcock
William Ross (1990-1991)
Cinematography byEdit
Frank Raymond (5 episodes 1985-1986)
Tony Westman (seasons 4-6, 1988-1991)
Jack Whitman (season 7, 1991-1992)
Film Editing byEdit
Ron Binkowski (5 episodes 1991-1992) (season 7)
Jana Fritsch (20 episodes in seasons 4-6, 1988-1991)
Robert Lederman (5 episodes season 3) (as Bob Lederman)
George Potter (5 episodes in season 3)
Brad Rines (17 episodes in seasons 4-6, 1988-1991)
David Saxon (1987-1988)
Ron Yoshida (6 episodes in season 6, 1990-1991)
Casting byEdit
Susanne McLellan (1989-1992)
Art Direction byEdit
Kim Mooney
Makeup DepartmentEdit
Lynn Del Kail .... hair stylist (10 episodes 1985)
Second Unit Director or Assistant DirectorEdit
John P. Aguirre .... assistant director
Robin Chamberlain .... first assistant director (7 episodes 1985-1986) (as Robin Chamberlin)
Paul Etherington .... first assistant director (7 episodes 1990-1991)
Merri D. Howard .... second assistant director (multiple episodes 1985-7 including "Silent World (1986)", "Phoenix Under Siege (1987)") (as Merri Howard-Gorrin)
Gary Law .... second assistant director (multiple episodes 1985-6 including "Silent World (1986)")
Mick MacKay .... second assistant director (multiple episodes 1988)
Craig Matheson .... second assistant director (seasons 4-6: 1988-1991)
Roger Mattiussi .... second unit director
Bill Mizel .... first assistant director (multiple episodes in seasons 3-6: 1987-1991)
Karen Robyn .... second assistant director
Art DepartmentEdit
Michael Casey .... property master (multiple episodes 1985)
Penny A. Chalmers .... set dresser: second unit
Pat O'Brien .... property master (multiple episodes in seasons 3-6: 1987-1991)
Ken Rabehl .... graphic artist
Grant Swain .... property master (multiple episodes in seasons 5-6: 1989-1991)
Trinita Waller .... assistant property master
Dean Wilson .... property master (multiple episodes in seasons 5 and 7: 1989-1992)
Chris Claridge .... construction foreman (1992)
Richard Cook .... assistant art director
James Cordeiro .... graphic artist
Adrian Dowell .... scenic carpenter (1987-1989)
Clive Edwards .... set dresser (season 3)
Dean Eilertson .... set dresser (1987)
Phil Gough .... property master (multiple episodes in seasons 3-4: 1987-1989, episode "Twenty Questions (1990)")
Peter McWade .... property master (multiple episodes 1985-1987)
Sound DepartmentEdit
Gregg Barbanell .... foley artist
Marty Church .... foley mixer
David A. Cohen .... sound editor (1990-1991 season)
Wilson Dyer .... sound editor
Dean Hodges .... sound mixer (multiple episodes 1985)
Jeffrey A. Humphreys .... boom operator
James LaRue .... sound mixer (season 7: 1991-1992) (also as Jim LaRue: some episodes)
Special Effects byEdit
Ken Estes .... special effects foreman (1985-1988)
Billy Myatt .... special effects (multiple episodes 1985-1990)
Visual Effects byEdit
Steven J. Scott .... digital compositor
Steve Blalock .... stunt double: Richard Dean Anderson
Laura Dash .... stunt double
Don S. Davis .... stunt double: Dana Elcar
Andy Gill .... stunts
David Jacox .... stunts
Loren Janes .... stunts
Pat Romano .... stunts
Jacob Rupp .... stunts
Camera and Electrical DepartmentEdit
Dale Alexander .... key grip
Don Bixby .... gaffer
John Burnett .... director of photography: second unit, additional photography (1985-1987)
John Burnett .... first assistant camera: "a" camera second unit, additional photography (1985-1987)
William E. Hines .... camera operator
Sunny Johnson .... grip
Nick Kuchera .... key grip (seasons 3-4: 1987-1989)
John Rigg .... grip
Peter F. Woeste .... photographer: second unit
Costume and Wardrobe DepartmentEdit
Danielle Feller .... costumer (13 episodes in season 7: 1991-1992) (as Danielle Veber-Feller)
Rudolph Garcia .... costumer: men (1985-1986)
Christine Mooney .... costumer (1988-1991)
Robert Moore Jr. .... costumer (13 episodes in season 7: 1991-1992)
Bernadette O'Brien .... costumer (8 episodes in season 7: 1991-1992)
Joyce Unruh .... costumer (5 episodes 1991)
Sharlene Williams .... costumer: women (1985) (as Shirlene Williams)
Editorial DepartmentEdit
Richard Long .... post-production coordinator (1988)
Paul Rabwin .... post-production coordinator (1988-1989)
Charles Robichaud .... assistant editor
Gary Shaw .... video colorist
Music DepartmentEdit
Neil Argo .... orchestrator
Don Nemitz .... orchestrator
Transportation DepartmentEdit
Bruce Scott .... driver
Other crewEdit
Temple Anderson .... script supervisor (7 episodes in season 6: 1990-1991)
Kathy Barrett .... script supervisor (1985-1986)
Thomas J. Healy IV .... assistant location manager
Michael Jarvis .... location manager (8 episodes in season 7: 1991-1992)
David Keiss .... location manager (1987-1989) (as David Kiess)
Lincoln Kibbee .... story editor (1990-1992)
Chris LaBarbera .... executive assistant to producers (1985)
W. Reed Moran .... executive story consultant (11 episodes 1988)
Bill Nikolai .... stand-in
Ray Quiroz .... script supervisor (1991-1992)
David Rowell .... estimator (1989-1991)
Susan Weir .... script supervisor (1987-1989)
Michael Berlin .... story editor (1987-1988)
Robin Chamberlain .... production executive (1987-1988) (as Robin Chamberlin)
Eric Estin .... story editor (1987-1988)
Rosa Gonzalez .... assistant to associate producer (1985)
Chris Haddock .... executive story editor (1989-1990)
Chris Haddock .... story editor (multple episodes 1989)
Scott Harper .... location manager: second unit
T.J. Healy II .... location manager

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