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Wrench
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Wrench (S01E06) is the sixth episode of season one of "MacGyver (2016)" released on Fri Oc... More Wrench (S01E06) is the sixth episode of season one of "MacGyver (2016)" released on Fri Oct 28, 2016. Over 2,530 TV Time users rated it a 7.8/10 with their favorite characters being Lucas Till as Angus MacGyver, Tristin Mays as Riley Davis and George Eads as Jack Dalton.
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October 2016

I freakin' love Jack. True friendship, there.

I freakin' love Jack. True friendship, there.
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November 2016

The bromance of these two is strong

The bromance of these two is strong
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January 2017

So far this episode has been my fav.. iguess the melodrama sits better to this mac instead of a bad ass look.

So far this episode has been my fav.. iguess the melodrama  sits better to this mac instead of a bad ass look.
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October 2016

Like a deja vu

Like a deja vu
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October 2016

Since this isn't Game of Thrones i was never thinking Jack actually would die since hes one of the best characthers here!

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January 2017

The end was beautiful

The end was beautiful
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July 2017

Oh mio Dio, che piccino in questa scena

Oh my God, what a child in this scene

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Oh mio Dio, che piccino in questa scena
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January 2017

One way to give good ol' Mac some extra dimensions and color inside of his lines is to connect him with the villain somehow... But I feel like every single episode now, the villain or the *kickass* damsel in distress can be traced back to either Mac or Jack...Let's face it, if you are going to use a certain trope, its best if you don't use it every single episode.

And to be perfectly honest, with as young as Lucas Till is, who plays Angus MacGyver, it's really hard to do flashbacks considering he literally look like his balls just dropped a few years ago. Beyond that, just saying, spacing outa plot device is essential because you never want your 'routine procedural' to become the 'way too routine procedural'.

Once again, the episode is saved by George Eads' 'Jack'... I continue to comment on it but honestly he's perfectly cast and the man could have great chemistry with ùa large rock. Some people just ooze charisma and George Eads is one of those people, which makes me comfortable saying that he is most likely the reason the cast, or at least the main three, have an unceasing spark with each episode that goes by.

Mac dropped some pretty entertaining knowledge on bombs and how to defuse all different kinds, as well as the importance of being aware of your surroundings. So I guess you could say 'Wrench' was successful in that manner as well. And we also got what looks to be a new recurring villain in 'Ghost', who is much scarier in theory and practice than he was in that 3 second glance we caught of him luring Jack into the back of the truck and escaping out the front, looking like a knock off Halloween costume from the late 80s in tribute to the movie 'Maniac Cop'. But hey, that was a terrible movie that I liked despite its faults... See what I did there?

One way to give good ol' Mac some extra dimensions and color inside of his lines is to connect him with the villain somehow... But I feel like every single episode now, the villain or the *kickass* damsel in distress can be traced back to either Mac or Jack...Let's face it, if you are going to use a certain trope, its best if you don't use it every single episode. 

And to be perfectly honest, with as young as Lucas Till is, who plays Angus MacGyver, it's really hard to do flashbacks considering he literally look like his balls just dropped a few years ago. Beyond that, just saying, spacing outa plot device is essential because you never want your 'routine procedural' to become the 'way too routine procedural'. 

Once again, the episode is saved by George Eads' 'Jack'... I continue to comment on it but honestly he's perfectly cast and the man could have great chemistry with ùa large rock. Some people just ooze charisma and George Eads is one of those people, which makes me comfortable saying that he is most likely the reason the cast, or at least the main three, have an unceasing spark with each episode that goes by. 

Mac dropped some pretty entertaining knowledge on bombs and how to defuse all different kinds, as well as the importance of being aware of your surroundings. So I guess you could say 'Wrench' was successful in that manner as well. And we also got what looks to be a new recurring villain in 'Ghost', who is much scarier in theory and practice than he was in that 3 second glance we caught of him luring Jack into the back of the truck and escaping out the front, looking like a knock off Halloween costume from the late 80s in tribute to the movie 'Maniac Cop'. But hey, that was a terrible movie that I liked despite its faults... See what I did there?
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October 2016

So predictable...
The Ghost leaves through the front door and Jack goes _inside_ the truck... Come on... A smarter plot is expected...

One season seems to be enough, even extending the first to 22 episodes.
I miss the old and good Mac.

So predictable...
The Ghost leaves through the front door and Jack goes _inside_ the truck... Come on... A smarter plot is expected... 

One season seems to be enough, even extending the first to 22 episodes. 
I miss the old and good Mac.
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October 2017

😭😭😭😭😭

😭😭😭😭😭
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