Bill Nye: The Science Guy - Season 3

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Episode Guide

  • Animal Locomotion
    Episode 20
    10/27/95
    9.3

    Bill Nye discusses how animals move.

  • Populations
    Episode 19
    10/20/95
    9.7
    Populations need a couple of basic things to survive – food and a place to live. When two or more populations of living things are crowded into a small area, there is competition for food and space. A population of birds and a population of squirrels compete for seed and bread crumbs in a park. Competition is a natural part of life, but problems can arise if populations get out of balance.moreless
  • Birds
    Birds
    Episode 18
    10/13/95
    9.5
  • Wetlands
    Wetlands
    Episode 17
    10/6/95
    9.5
  • Human Transportation
    9/29/95
    9.3
  • Fish
    Fish
    Episode 15
    9/22/95
    9.5

    How fish live, breathe and survive in an enviornment hostile to people

  • Spinning Things
    Spinning Things
    Episode 14
    9/15/95
    9.3
  • Mammals
    Episode 13
    9/8/95
    9.5
    Bill Nye explains the similarities between marine mammals and humans.
  • Ocean Life
    Episode 12
    4/28/95
    9.5
    Bill Nye goes underwater to explore the importance of ocean ecosystems.
  • Waves
    Waves
    Episode 11
    4/21/95
    8.5
  • Climates
    Episode 10
    4/14/95
    6.9
    There are lots of different climates all over the world. Deserts are warm and dry. Temperate forests are cold and wet. Tropical rain forests are warm and wet. Animals and plants live in climates that are good places for them to live. Cacti wouldn't grow too well in the Arctic, just like polar bears would over heat in the desert.moreless
  • Germs
    Germs
    Episode 9
    4/7/95
    9.4

    What are germs and where do they come from? Bill Nye merely scratches the surface as he uncovers bacteria, viruses, and information about the body's defenses. The best defense, however, is staying clean!

  • Friction
    Episode 8
    3/31/95
    9.3
    Bill Nye illustrates how various types of transportation utilize friction, from traction in trains and the "roll" of ball bearings in skateboards and automobiles, to the lack of friction in a hovercraft. With more than 16 Emmys® to its credit and legions of fans, it's easy to see why the "Bill Nye the Science Guy" show is one of the most popular educational series of all time. Beloved by teachers and students alike, Bill Nye and his unique brand of Way Cool Science make complex science principles accessible for all learners.moreless
  • Water Cycle
    Water Cycle
    Episode 7
    3/24/95
    9.0
  • Evolution
    Episode 6
    2/17/95
    9.5
    Bill Nye compares primordial to present when he dabbles with Darwin and looks at his own genes in this evolutionary program. With more than 16 Emmys® to its credit and legions of fans, it's easy to see why the "Bill Nye the Science Guy" show is one of the most popular educational series of all time. Beloved by teachers and students alike, Bill Nye and his unique brand of Way Cool Science make complex science principles accessible for all learners.moreless
  • Energy
    Energy
    Episode 5
    2/10/95
    9.5
  • Rocks and Soil
    Rocks and Soil
    Episode 4
    2/3/95
    9.5
  • Plants
    Episode 3
    1/28/95
    7.5

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  • Pressure
    Pressure
    Episode 2
    1/21/95
    9.2

    SUMMARY COMING SOON

  • Planets and Moons
    Episode 1
    1/14/95
    9.3
    Bill Nye goes planet-gazing and takes a serious look at Jupiter's features, Earth's elliptical...