While researching his family's genealogy, MacGyver discovers that his family name was disgraced during the Middle Ages. He is then knocked unconscious and, not surprisingly, is transported through dreams to the time of King Arthur (a curious Pete look-alike!). Here he must confront some stubborn knights, convince Arthur that he is a friend, and set out in search of his forefathers.
Did You Know?
Previous episode "Holy Rose" bad guy Christopher Neame reappears in this episode as bad guy Sir Duncan. See more
Duncan uses the word "assassin," which would have been unknown to someone in England at that time, as it's an Arabic word that wasn't coined until hundreds of years later. See more
Well, like I told MacGyver, if anyone could trace a family tree, it's Dr. Irwin Malcolm.
Dr. Irwin Malcolm
Now, the MacGyver name disappears somewhere in the 17th century, but the M'Iver clan can be traced all the way back to the 14th century.
Written by Randy Edelman See more