Bill Nye: The Science Guy - Season 4

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Episode Guide

  • Rivers and Streams
    Rivers and Streams
    Episode 1
    11/3/95
    9.3
  • Nutrition
    Nutrition
    Episode 2
    11/10/95
    9.7
  • Marine Mammals
    Marine Mammals
    Episode 3
    11/17/95
    9.3
  • Earthquakes
    Episode 4
    11/24/95
    8.5
    Find out what makes big pieces of the Earth's crust (the plates) move, and what you should have on-hand in case of a quake. Bill Nye also visits with scientists who study and measure earthquakes. 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
  • NTV Top 11 Video Countdown
    12/1/95
    9.0
  • Spiders
    Spiders
    Episode 6
    1/5/96
    9.3
  • 1/12/96
    9.3
    Bill Nye explains why pollution solutions are important for the planet.
  • Probability
    Episode 8
    1/19/96
    9.0
    Bill Nye explains how probability can help to predict future events.
  • Poseudoscience
    Poseudoscience
    Episode 9
    1/26/96
    9.8
  • Flowers
    Episode 10
    2/2/96
    8.0
    Flowers are an important part of many plants. Plants use flowers to make other plants – to reproduce. Flowers have special parts, called stamens and pistils. When pollen from the stamen finds its way down through the pistil, the flower is pollinated, and seeds start to grow. The seeds eventually find their way to the ground, the seeds sprout, and more plants are born.moreless
  • Archeology
    Archeology
    Episode 11
    2/9/96
    8.5
  • Deserts
    Episode 12
    2/16/96
    9.0
    About 20% of the Earth is a desert. Deserts are places that get very little precipitation (rain or snow) each year, and that makes them extremely dry. Deserts cover big areas of land. The biggest desert, the Sahara, extends from North Africa to Southwest Asia and is 13 times the size of Texas. Some parts of the Sahara get as little as 2 millimeters (0.08 inches) of water a year.moreless
  • Amphibians
    Amphibians
    Episode 13
    2/23/96
    8.0
  • Volcanoes
    Volcanoes
    Episode 14
    1/31/97
    9.1
  • Invertebrates
    Invertebrates
    Episode 15
    2/7/97
    9.3
  • Heart
    Episode 16
    2/14/97
    9.3

    Topics include arteries, chambers and the importance of keeping heart healthy. We even get to see a sonogram of Bill's heart.

  • Inventions
    Episode 17
    2/21/97
    9.0

    Bill shows how he invented a item that pells a banana.

  • Computers
    Computers
    Episode 18
    4/25/97
    9.5
  • Fossils
    Fossils
    Episode 19
    9/5/97
    9.3
  • Time
    Time
    Episode 20
    9/12/97
    9.5