Who else watched it? Gotta say, it was one of my favorites! Very entertaining, especially the first couple of seasons. And I have to say, we learned things from MacGyver, such as: The ENORMOUS value of duct tape! Chemistry rocks! Physics rocks! Knowledge is definitely power! (sound cheesy, but is true!) Using what is available around you to solve the problem (extremely valuable concept!)--certain objects can serve multiple, unintended but usefull purposes! A knife is INDISPENSABLE! That process of analytical problem solving using things that are available in the immediate environment is very usefull, and is something I have done many times in life, it's a great concept. It's that "adapt and overcome" or "where there's a will, there's a way" method of thinking, ya' know? Yeah, I know it was T.V. and not all of the science was totally realistic or workable, but so much of it was... Comments?