|Real Name:||Viktor Levkin|
|Affiliations:||The Phoenix Foundation|
|First appearance:||Wire Cutter|
|Portrayed by:||Olex Krupka|
Agent Bannister of The Phoenix Foundation is killed after discovering an old Soviet bomb is being held by Vladimir Sevchenko, a Russian extremist who wants to restart The Cold War. Riley Davis discovers that the bomb uses its own unique operating system. While Thornton goes to find Sevchenko's whereabouts, the team searches for the programmer behind the bomb's code, a man named Alexander Orlov, and his handler who knew the passwords to disable it, Viktor Levkin. Orlov and Levkin share similar qualities to Mac and Jack, respectively. The group goes to Zhukovka, Russia to collect an old computer needed to interface with the bomb, but Orlov is kidnapped by Sevchenko's men in the process. The group meets with Thornton to save Orlov, but the computer's keyboard is damaged and Levkin is mortally wounded. Mac improvises a keyboard replacement, the bomb is deactivated and Sevchenko is defeated. Orlov is thanked and returned to his retirement home, where he and Riley connect over The Price Is Right. 
Viktor Levkin: Partnership is like marriage, first everything is cute, like this...
Angus MacGyver: (clicking a pen in and out repeatedly)
Jack Dalton: Oh, that doesn’t bother me.
Viktor Levkin: Talk to me in 40 years.
Jack Dalton: That's how I know he's thinking.
Viktor Levkin: But is he telling you everything he is thinking?
Viktor Levkin: I killed 27 people to keep that secret. Now it’s on the World Wide Web for everyone to see.
Alexander Orlov: Even secrets get old, Viktor.
Viktor Levkin: You hide something well enough, even greedy capitalist like Putin can't find it.
Alexander Orlov: Someone! Get a doctor!
Viktor Levkin: There is no time. just listen, my old friend. I wasn't angry at you for leaving Russia. I was hurt because you didn’t trust me enough to tell me your plan. I would have gone with you.
Alexander Orlov: I wanted to protect you Viktor.
Viktor Levkin: That was always...My job.
Alexander Orlov: Viktor...Viktor!
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