Long before Bill Nye the Science Guy the person used emojis to explain evolution, told us what Deflate Gate is all about and launched a Kickstarter for a solar sailing spacecraft, he was the star of Bill Nye the Science Guy the TV show, where he broke down scientific phenomena for kids in funny and entertaining ways.
Since Nye seems to be everywhere these days, commenting on anything that is remotely scientific, you may have forgotten about how you first fell in love with him. Even if that's the case, this news will still have you screaming "Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!"
Bill Nye the Science Guy is now on Netflix, which was first pointed out by one user on Reddit. Yes, those lovable, wacky yet still informative half-hour (or more like 22 minutes) science lessons are now available to stream at your leisure.
Currently, 31 of the original 100 episodes are available for you to stream on topics ranging from gravity to plants to genetics. Though you'll probably get a kick out of revisiting the cheesy fun of this show, it might be more interesting to see how much science has changed in the more than 20 years since Bill Nye the Science Guy originally premiered. For one thing, Pluto isn't a planet anymore. Gosh, you're old.
Now we can only hope that Beakman's World returns to Netflix ASAP.
[H/T The Daily Dot]