ORIGINAL AIRDATE: February 2nd, 1987 —
MacGyver’s fishing plans are derailed by a pregnant woman running for her life from ex-cons.
MISSION: MacGyver and a pregnant stranger are on the run from her abusive husband and find themselves trapped in a warehouse.
This week’s highlights include:
Here is a clip of Rob Garrison’s “body bag” line from The Karate Kid.
You can find “Carikazes” amongst other Key Terms Mr. Nihcolas Sweedo has tracked on the MacGyver Project website here.
Long Beach Assembly (Manufacturing)
Long Beach Assembly was a Ford Motor Company assembly plant located in Long Beach, California that operated from 1930 until 1957. The address was 700 Henry Ford Avenue, Long Beach, in a region called Cerritos Channel on Terminal Island. A bridge called the Henry Ford Bridge is still located at the former plant site. The Ford Model A was the first vehicle to be built, with operations beginning March 1930. The location was closed when the Los Angeles Assembly in Pico Rivera opened in 1958.
Check out the article on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Beach_Assembly