ORIGINAL AIRDATE: January 7th, 1991 —
An assassination at an international sports contest implicates MacGyver as the lead murder suspect.
MISSION: After an awkward encounter with his ex-girlfriend at an Olympics rip-off, MacGyver is framed for the murder of the head of the company broadcasting the competition.
This week’s highlights include:
I was wrong. It wasn’t a female cellist, it was a male pianist.
I also realize now that I shared a link to the Red Letter Media Episode One review only a couple episodes back, so here is the second installment in case you only watched part one.
Lifecasting is the process of creating a three-dimensional copy of a living human body, through the use of molding and casting techniques. In rare cases lifecasting is also practiced on living animals. The most common lifecasts are of torsoes, pregnant bellies, hands, faces, and gentalia and it is possible for an experienced lifecasting practitioner to copy any part of the body. Lifecasting is usually limited to a section of the body at a time, but full-body lifecasts are achievable too. Compared with other three-dimensional representations of humans, the standout feature of lifecasts is their high level of realism and detail. Lifecasts can replicate details as small as fingerprints and pores.
Check out the article on wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifecasting.