New ‘MacGyver’ Spoilers For Season 4, February 28, 2020 Episode 4 Revealed

New ‘MacGyver’ Spoilers For Season 4, February 28, 2020 Episode 4 Revealed

Hey, “MacGyver” fans. We hope you guys are enjoying this brand new season 4. We are back here to give you guys the spoiler skinny on what’s coming up next in the upcoming episode 4, which is due out next week.

The terrific folks over at CBS supplied a new press release for episode 4. It features a teaser description for the main plotline. So, we’re going to tell you all about it right now. Let’s do this.

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For starters, the new episode 4 is officially labeled/titled, “Windmill + Acetone + Celluloid + Firing Pin.”

It sounds like episode 4 will certainly feature even more drama, action, suspense and very intense action scenes.

In the new episode 4,a building is going to totally collapse over in Germany. What’s really bad about this besides all the damage that it will do is this building contains survivors! In light of this terrible discovery, MacGyver will rush in to try and save all of them.

However, MacGyver will have to deal with one other extremely crazy problem. There’s a friggin 1,000-pound undetonated bomb from World War II that’s hidden beneath all the rubble! Oh, no!

CBS’ official description for episode 4 reads like this, “As MacGyver works quickly to rescue survivors from a collapsed building in Germany, he discovers a new safety threat – a 1,000-pound undetonated bomb from World War II hidden beneath the rubble.”


Will MacGyver be able to pull off the impossible by rescuing all these people and stopping that friggin bomb from exploding? That’s a very important question we’ll be looking to see get answered before this episode is over.

It definitely sounds like this storyline will serve up more drama and suspense then we know what to do with. So, certainly get ready for it when next Friday night rolls around.

Episode 4 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Bolton March as character (Mystery Man), Emil Beheshti as character (Dr. Tutelman), Ylfa Edelstein as character (Helen), Michael Reagan as character (Colleague), Ward G. Smith as character (General).

Guest stars continued: Matthew Wallace as character (Gerhard Wagner), Hauke Bahr as character (German Police Chief), Molly Graves as character (Jenna Bohnam, Curator), Brayden Hughes as character (Snobby Boy) and Leonardo Nam as character (Aubrey).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 4 are: Lucas Till as character (Angus “Mac” MacGyver), Tristin Mays as character (Riley Davis), Justin Hires as character (Wilt Bozer), Meredith Eaton as character (Matty Weber), Levy Tran as character (Desi Nguyen) and Henry Ian Cusick as character (Russ Taylor).

Episode 4 was written by Andrew Karlsruher, and it was directed by Eagle Egilsson. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 4 is indeed scheduled to air next Friday night, February 28, 2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “MacGyver” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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3 Responses

  1. Tony says:

    Comment on 2/28/2020 MacGyver, two people moving a 1000lb bomb on a two wheeler like that up the stairs, is very believable, sarcastically speaking!! You writers need to get out in the real world, you have no idea how stupid that looks and is!!! Not liking your writing at all!!

  2. Mary Chalfant says:

    what happened between riley and mac at the end of episode 4 – romantic feels for each other?

  3. Mary Chalfant says:

    I would love to see mac and riley together. They make a cute couple. Could be really hot!

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