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The Eyes of Nye

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PBS Premiered Apr 01, 2005 Between Seasons

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The Eyes of Nye

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Bill Nye, most widely known as the zany host of ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’, a show geared towards exposing young viewers to all different forms of science, is back with a new series aimed at a more mature audience. In his new series, ‘The Eyes of Nye’, Bill explores some of today’s most controversial topics as well as taking a look at everyday science. He incorporates a comedic approach, similar to that of ‘Science Guy’, to tackle some serious issues and educate his audience in a very straight forward manner.

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AIRED ON 6/26/2005

Season 1 : Episode 13

  • BILL NYE, WHO IS KNOWN AS THE SCIENCE GUY AND WHO HOSTED AN EMMY-DOMINATING SHOW OF THE SAME NAME, IS RETURNING TO TELEVISION WITH HIS NEW SERIES THE EYES OF NYE.

    The Science Guy grows up

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    • Bill...you need to go back to The Science Guy.

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      Bill, you were awesomely cheesy as the Science Guy, but this show leaves a lot to--be desired. The skits in here are rather dull, and it sounds like you're sick of it. Although it is educational, please stop it...we're done, somewhat. Please take a break...



      "All television is educational television. The question is: what is it teaching?" ~Nicholas Johnson



      "How can you put on a meaningful drama when, every fifteen minutes, proceedings are interrupted by twelve dancing rabbits with toilet paper?" ~Rod Serling, quoted in Submitted for Your Approval, Public Broadcasting Station, 1995



      "Every time you think television has hit its lowest ebb, a new type program comes along to make you wonder where you thought the ebb was. ~Art Buchwald, "Adding Insult to Injury," Have I Ever Lied to You?, 1966



      ...take that to heart, Bill Nye...and retire.moreless
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