Mac and Pete present a Phoenix foundation invention to a school for the deaf/mute: it converts sounds into waves to feel. The teacher Carrie Linden has strange, scary, symbolic dreams involving lightening, a Moor on a horse, a steel skeleton, a limousine and Mac's dead. A U.S. Army jeep is robbed of secret Moloch missile warheads by a fake sheriff and his deputies in South Carolina, they travel far to steal from an exhibition another part of the rocket. After a lightening bolts-marked van nearly runs them over, Mac convinces Pete to bring Carrie to dream researchers. They decide to take her along to a military test of the device, where she recognizes the fake sheriff, whose team escapes after a fire-fight, killing one of their own, and Mac realizes they are stealing Moloch missiles part by part. Mac helps Carrie identify the Braden Lake from her dream by its shape, and takes her there do 'decypher' the rest of the dream, successfully, but they're attacked by the missile thieves who ... Written by
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During Carrie's dream sequence of Mac being run down by the "phantom car of death", a very brief clip of an approaching forklift that's just about to "ram the camera" is seen, interspersed with the "speeding phantom car" footage (both dreamed images show a "killer vehicle" just on the point of striking its quarry). This seemingly-unrelated "additional flash of premonition" correctly predicts one of the events yet to come in Mac's life, and is shown in the subsequent MacGyver episode "Partners", where Murdoc uses the junkyard's huge forklift to crush the taxicab that Mac and Pete are inside of, prior to his loading it onto his box-trailer. A pity that Carrie didn't think to tell Mac about this additional "flash from the future", also, or Mac might have been forewarned of his and Pete's impending doom when he went to the junkyard to meet Pete. See more
The discarded car mirror is facing "away" from Mac and Carrie (they approach it from "behind", or the non-reflective side), so it could not have cast a glare in their faces. See more