Season 2 ----->
|Aired:||September 23, 2016 – April 14, 2017|
|Cast:|| Lucas Till|
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|Title||Written by||Directed by||Original air date||Production code|
|The Rising||Peter M. Lenkov & Paul Downs Colaizzo||James Wan||September 23, 2016||101|
Angus MacGyver and Jack Dalton, special agents for the Department of External Services (DXS), join forces to recover a missing bioweapon that has the ability to destroy hundreds of thousands of people with one single drop
|Metal Saw||Craig O'Neill||Jerry Levine||September 30, 2016||102|
MacGyver and the team attempt to rescue Sarah, Jack's former CIA partner/ex-girlfriend who went missing in Venezuela after she obtained evidence to take down an international arms dealer.
|Awl||David Slack||Matt Earl Beesley||October 7, 2016||103|
MacGyver and the team are in Malaysia to extract a terrorist groups' money man, Ralph, who holds key intel to an impending attack. But the mission goes south when the man is shot, and now, with only a driver's license and hand sanitizer available, MacGyver must keep Ralph alive in order to learn the terrorists’ plans.
|Wire Cutter||John Turman||Joe Dante||October 14, 2016||104|
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 to disable the warhead becomes inoperable, Mac must find a way to fix it with only duct tape and wire in time to prevent a new Cold War.
|Toothpick||Nancy Kiu||Bobby Roth||October 21, 2016||105|
Using only an armrest, a curtain rod and a toothpick, MacGyver must fix a sabotaged train in order to protect a whistleblower who has proof that her boss is selling weapons to U.S. enemies.
|Wrench||Brian Durkin||Alec Smight||October 28, 2016||106|
Using only a wrench and rope, MacGyver must diffuse a bomb set near the United Nations by his old nemesis, "The Ghost", a notorious criminal whose work killed his mentor, and track him down before he strikes again
|Can Opener||Sean Hennen||Omar Madha||November 4, 2016||107|
MacGyver is tasked to go undercover as an inmate in a maximum security prison to break out El Noche, a notorious drug kingpin, using only batteries and salt, and track him to his cartel's secret location and dismantle it.
|Corkscrew||Lindsey Allen||Janice Cook||November 11, 2016||108|
When MacGyver comes face to face with Murdoc, an international assassin hired to kill him, Mac must defend both himself and Bozer, armed with only a corkscrew and paper towel rolls. Also, Bozer feels completely betrayed when he finally learns Mac's true identity.
|Chisel||Bret VandenBos & Brandon Willer||Brad Tanenbaum||November 18, 2016||109|
With only a chisel and matchbook, MacGyver and team must defend themselves the U.S. embassy workers in Latvia from extremists who are attempting to retrieve their leader. Also, Bozer faces a big decision now that he knows who Mac really is.
|Pliers||Brian Durkin||Lee Rose||December 9, 2016||110|
Mac and the team have no time to reminisce while visiting Mac's and Bozer's hometown when they immediately start searching for a kidnapped prodigy from Mac’s old middle school, Valerie. With just pliers and speaker wire available, Mac works doggedly to rescue the young genius he has so much in common with.
|Scissors||Lindsay Allen and Nancy Kiu||Stephen Herek||December 16, 2016||111|
MacGyver and Jack search for Riley, using a microwave and a power strip, after she mysteriously disappears and hacks into the NSA, possibly unleashing World War III. Also, Bozer goes on his first official mission, and Jack opens up about his history with Riley's mother, Diane.
|Screwdriver||Peter M. Lenkov (Story), Craig O'Neill and David Slack (Teleplay)||Craig Siebels||January 6, 2017||112|
Using a screwdriver and bug spray, MacGyver must find the U.S. government mole who is leaking classified intel to the organization that is trying to take down The Phoenix Foundation. Also, Sarah returns to help with the mission, and Nikki reappears, but Mac can't tell which side she's on.
|Large Blade||Andrew Karlsruher||Sylvain White||January 13, 2017||113|
On the way back from capturing a war criminal, Mac and Jack's helicopter crashes in a remote area of Kazakhstan, injuring their pilot and allowing their prisoner to escape with Jack's gun. Using a large blade and a water bottle, MacGyver must get help as the pilot's condition worsens and before the war criminal takes them as prisoners.
|Fish Scaler||John Turman (Story), Craig O'Neill and David Slack (Teleplay)||Eagle Egilsson||February 3, 2017||114|
Using a fish scaler and some fishing wire, Mac and Jack must track down a corrupt FBI agent who has framed a man for murder. Also, everyone on the team is terrified to get their first performance review from Matty, their tough new boss.
|Magnifying Glass||Brian Durkin||Stephen Herek||February 10, 2017||115|
When Matty's goddaughter and her boyfriend are killed in a San Francisco park, Mac and the team investigate the crime and start to suspect that the 1970s Zodiac Killer has returned.
|Hook||Nancy Kiu||Tawnia McKiernan||February 17, 2017||116|
While tracking down the dangerous fugitive Aaron Deckard, Mac and Jack face the notorious Colton family of bounty hunters who already kidnapped their mark. Now, using a hook and a car cable, Mac must extract the criminal from the Colton's, who are unaware of the deadly situation they're in. Also, Bozer and Riley try to hack into Jack’s CIA file to find out about his history with Matty.
|Ruler||Andrew Karlsruher||Antonio Negret||February 24, 2017||117|
Bozer's first overseas mission goes terribly wrong when MacGyver and the team are blamed for a terrorist bombing and The Phoenix Foundation is forced to disavow them. Using a ruler and coconut oil to make disguises, the team must avoid authorities and clear their names without any support from back home.
|Flashlight||Lindsay Allen||Jonathan Brown||March 10, 2017||118|
When Mac and the team travel to Hawaii to aid in earthquake relief efforts, they team up with Chin and Kono from the Five-0 task force to rescue a group of government scientists trapped in a building. However, as they work on the complicated rescue, a group using the chaos as a distraction aims to steal the top-secret weaponry from the scientists, on a special crossover episode.
|Compass||Lee David Zlotoff||Christine Moore||March 21, 2017||119|
Mac and Jack help Mac's close friend from M.I.T. Frankie after she fakes her own death to prevent someone from killing her in order to suppress her scientific research.
|Hole Puncher||Craig O'Neill & David Slack||Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum||March 31, 2017||120|
When the team intercepts a terror group's message meant for Murdoc, Mac poses as the psychopath to save the intended target and find out why they want Murdoc to assassinate him.
|Cigar Cutter||Craig O'Neill & David Slack (Story), Peter M. Lenkov (Teleplay)||Stephen Herek||April 14, 2017||121|
Murdoc moves forward with his plans for revenge against MacGyver by recruiting his recently released former cellmate to infiltrate Phoenix Complex as a "lab technician" and kill every agent inside.
- Lucas Till as Angus MacGyver
- George Eads as Jack Dalton
- Tristin Mays as Riley Davis
- Justin Hires as Wilt Bozer
- Sandrine Holt as Patricia Thornton
- Meredith Eaton as Matilda Webber
- Aina Dumlao as Andie Lee
- David Dastmalchian as Murdoc
- Tracy Spiridakos as Nikki Carpenter
- Amy Acker as Sarah Adler
- Vinnie Jones as John Kendrick
- Daniel Dae Kim as Chin Ho Kelly
- Grace Park as Kono Kalakaua
- Taylor Wily as Kamekona Tupuola
- Lucas Till revealed an in interview all voice over work was done on Sundays.
Angus "Mac" MacGyver is an operative of a secret U.S. government organization where he uses his extraordinary talent for problem-solving and his extensive knowledge of science to save lives. "With skills that are only limited by his creativity, Mac saves the day using paper clips instead of pistols, birthday candles instead of bombs, and gum instead of guns
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