One famous incident on the show led to his stage name. He corrected another host, John Keister , on his pronunciation of the word " gigawatt ", and the nickname was born when Keister responded, "Who do you think you are—Bill Nye the Science Guy?
Wizard meets Pee-wee's Playhouse. Nye's program became part of a package of syndicated series that local stations could schedule to fulfill Children's Television Act requirements. Each half-hour show begins with a cold open, where Nye introduces the episode's topic, which leads into an opening credit sequence, and featuring Nye in a computer animated scientific world, along with his head spinning, radio frequencies, and plastic toy dinosaurs flying.
In later seasons, the theme song was cut short by a static screen. After the opening credits, announcer Pat Cashman would say "Brought to you by Parodies of movies and television shows configure the facts of the episode's topic.
Guest appearances included Christopher Walken , Samuel L. Each episode also featured Nye in diverse places, where he interviews people to talk about their work and other contributions, that was focusing on the episode's topic. There are several individual segments that are featured in each episode, such as "Way Cool Scientist", which features an expert on the episode's topic, "Consider the Following", where Nye discusses a certain aspect of the episode's topic, "Nifty Home Experiment", where the audience is shown how to do a simple home experiment relating to the episode's topic, "Try This", where the audience is shown how to try a simple demonstration relating to the episode's topic, "Hey!
Look at This", where the expert shows us how to give us a closer look by relating to the episode's topic, "Check it Out", where the audience is shown how to affect their environmental issues by relating to the episode's topic, "Clever Science Trick", where the audience is shown how to do a simple science trick relating to the episode's topic, and "Did you know that The segments featured private eye Luna Van Dyke focusing on a story, that was related to the episode's topic.
Most half-hour episodes contain a mock song parody and music video in the "Soundtrack of Science" by "Not That Bad Records". In an elementary school in a Boston suburb, a group of third graders enters a classroom after lunch. The teacher is loading a DVD into her laptop hooked up to a projector emerging from the ceiling. But the show, and perhaps even more so, the theme music, lives on. It turns out the man with the answers is a music writer, and former math teacher, named Mike Greene.
I asked Mike when the last time was that he heard the theme. Mike: [laughs] You know, I always liked that song. I still enjoy listening to it. When you get the call, what did they tell you they were looking for? What kind of guidance did you get? They wanted it to be something that was adventurous and a little bit more daring than what a theme song, at that time, would be. They wanted to go as far away from cheesy or safe as they could get. Bob: So how did you end up approaching the theme with that kind of guidance?
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