“Bill Nye, the Science Guy” was first televised in 1993 on PBS Kids. Its 100th and last episode aired in June 1998. Reuters

Need a refresher on animal locomotion, the solar system, or the role of coral in maintaining healthy marine ecosystems? Bill Nye’s got you covered. The renowned science educator’s hit program “Bill Nye, the Science Guy” just landed on Netflix and is available for streaming.

“Bill Nye, the Science Guy” was first televised in 1993 on PBS Kids. Its 100th and last episode aired in June 1998. The live action program featured Nye – the program’s whacky, bowtie-sporting host – discussing science topics with humor and lots of visuals.

For those who grew up with Nye, now 59, the show’s catchy theme song evokes memories of DIY volcano projects, classroom recycling programs and rainy-day recesses. Some of the science discussed in the show is, of course, outdated – Pluto is no longer a planet, and the human genome had not yet been mapped – but many of the program’s core themes hold true.

Not all of the episodes were available Tuesday for streaming – only the first 31. Still, Netflix reviewers were thrilled to find the show available online. “I cannot thank you folks enough for allowing me to relive my grade-school days,” one Netlflix user commented. “Everything about this show is horribly cheesy, but it's a formula that works well. I don't need to evaluate any further. Everything that needs to be said about Bill Nye has already been said.”

Others said they were happy to have the show to share with their own kids. “Our 2 and a half year old LOVES Bill Nye the Science Guy,” one commenter wrote. “Super stoked to have it available on here so we can continue sharing our love for science with our own little dude.”

Another commenter wrote: “Bill Nye the Science Guy! Science Rules! Letting me relive my childhood with all the wonder and excitement of the world around me.”

We agree – science does rule. Here are the top five “Bill Nye, the Science Guy” episodes to watch first.

1. “Episode 5: Magnetism.” Learn about the “unexpected sources” of Earth’s magnetism and why the planet itself is considered one giant magnet.

2. “Episode 7: Light Optics.” Reflection, refraction – which is what? Here’s why we see things differently depending on how light bends and gets pulled.

3. “Episode 18: Populations.” More than ever before, humans are competing for control of Earth’s limited resources. This episode looks at how animal groups struggle to survive when resources are scarce.

4. “Episode 23: Probability.” Scientists have the likelihood of various events occurring down to science. Nye explains probability in a nutshell.

5. “Episode 28: Genes.” What’s DNA all about, and how can it be used to save endangered animal species?