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First aired September 1, 2008
Last aired
Network PBS
Seasons 1
No. of episodes 41
Sid with his parents, brother and grandma.

Sid the Science Kid is a preschool television series produced by The Jim Henson Company in association with KCET Los Angeles. The show features real-time computer-generated puppets, using the Henson Digital Performance System. Production began in the fall of 2007 with 40 half-hour episodes of Sid the Science Kid having been ordered. The series debuted on PBS Kids on September 1, 2008[1], with a two-year on-air commitment.[2]

The main character in the show is Sid, an "inquisitive youngster" who uses comedy to tackle questions kids have about basic scientific principals and why things work the way they do. He tries to answer questions and solve problems with the help of his classmates (Gabriela, May and Gerald), his teacher (Susie), his parents (Alice and Mort), his Grandma and even his baby brother (Zeke).

Two DVDs of the show, The Bug Club and Change Happens, were released in August 2009[3]; while a more DVDs are slated for release in 2009 and 2010.[4] In August 2009, the first ten episodes of season one were added to The iTunes Store.


Content and structure

The conceptual content of Sid is based in national science learning standards, cognitive learning theory, and on the preschool science curriculum, Preschool Pathways to Science.[5]

Each week's episodes are built around a single scientific theme or concept, such as scientific tools and concepts, changes and transformation, the senses, and health. The Friday shows are designed to review, reinforce and summarize the central concept of the week.

One recurring segment, "Good Laughternoon", features the kids opening panels in a brightly-colored playground structure and telling jokes. The format and set borrow heavily from the closing "joke wall" of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, but for a pre-school audience. Other recurring segment include The Sid Survey, Rug Time, The Super Fab Lab, Susie sings, and Sid's "super-duper-schmoper" big idea. On rare occasions, Sid invites a friend over, mainly Gabriela, to play with him, such as in the episodes The Rolie Polie, My Ice Pops!, A Brush With Teeth, and Home Tweet Home.

History and development

Sid the Science Kid was developed by Halle Stanford and Jim Lewis. The initial concept was to create a show to teach science concepts to pre-school kids. The series went into production in the fall of 2007.

Jim Lewis discussed his role in the creation of Sid the Science Kid in a 2008 interview, stating:

I was the first guy in. I worked with an executive at Henson, someone I've worked with for years, Halle Stanford. They had an idea there for a science program – basically a pre-science, I forget what the exact term was, but it was to teach science concepts to pre-school kids... My involvement in that was I helped developed the show. I basically got it up to the point where it was sold to KCET, which is the public television station in Los Angeles... When they actually wanted to go into production, I realized I'm too old for this, I don't want to be a show runner – it's a lot of work. So I found someone that Halle and I had both worked with, Bradley Zweig, an enormously talented writer whose worked on a variety of things, I'm sure you can look up on imdb. He's very funny and has just the right sensibility and he's a lot younger than me, and more willing to work brutal hours for the 18-months it takes to do that kind of thing. And he ran the show and executive produced it with Brian and Lisa and Halle. And I wrote a few scripts, you know, and I feel part of it's my baby – but they deserve all the credit.[6]

The original working title for the series was "What's the Big Idea?" and the central character, Sid, was originally named Josh.[7]

Sid's personality was originally based on executive producer Halle Stanford's son Max.[8]

The initial conceptual designs for the characters were completed by Elanna Allen, while Creature Shop Creative Supervisor Peter Brooke ensured that the original concepts and designs were translated into the 3D world of the Henson Digital Performance Studio. Brooke sculpted detailed maquettes of the characters to help translate the designs into three dimentions.



Tools and Measurement

Episode Topic Air date
101 The Sticker Chart Documentations September 1, 2008
102 The Rolie Polie Observation September 2, 2008
103 Enough With the Seashells! Estimation September 3, 2008
104 The Whale Episode Measurement September 4, 2008
105 Super Science Tools Tools and Measurement Review September 5, 2008

Transformation and Change

Episode Topic Air date
106 My Mushy Banana Decay September 8, 2008
107 My Shrinking Shoes Growth September 9, 2008
108 My Ice Pops! Change Caused by Cold September 10, 2008
109 The Perfect Pancake! Change Caused by Heat September 11, 2008
110 No More Changes! Transformation and Change Review September 12, 2008


Episode Topic Air date
111 The Itchy Tag Texture September 22, 2008
112 What's That Smell? Smell September 23, 2008
113 Grandma's Glasses Sight September 24, 2008
114 Too Much Noise! Hearing September 25, 2008
115 All My Senses Senses Review September 26, 2008


Episode Topic Air date
116 A Brush With Teeth Dental Hygiene October 20, 2008
117 I Want Cake Nutrition October 21, 2008
118 The Big Sneeze Germs October 22, 2008
119 Must See TV Exercise October 23, 2008
120 Sid's Health Day Health Review October 24, 2008

Simple Machines

Episode Topic Air date
121 The Broken Wheel Wheels February 9, 2009
122 My Slide Inclined Planes February 10, 2009
123 Sid's Amazing Invention Levers February 11, 2009
124 The Tree House Pulleys February 12, 2009
125 Climb, Ignatz, Climb Simple Machines Review February 13, 2009

Backyard Science

Episode Topic Air date
126 Hello Doggie Animal Communication February 16, 2009
127 Home Tweet Home Animal and Insect Habitats February 17, 2009
128 The Dirt on Dirt Dirt February 18, 2009
129 Don't Forget the Leaves Leaves February 19, 2009
130 The Bug Club Backyard Science Review February 20, 2009


Episode Topic Air date
131 Sid's Rainy Play Date Rain September 14, 2009
132 Special Sunny Dad Day Sun September 15, 2009
133 Sid's Holiday Adventure Temperature September 16, 2009
134 The Wind Did It Wind September 17, 2009
135 Sid the Weatherman Weather Review September 18, 2009

Human Body

Episode Topic Air date
136 Special Mom Day Meal Digestion May 4, 2009
137 I Have Muscles Where? Muscules May 5, 2009
138 Sid's Amazing Lungs Lungs May 6, 2009
139 How Did My Dog Do That? Bones May 7, 2009
140 Now That's Using Your Brain Human Body Review May 8, 2009


Title Topic Air date
141 Getting A Shot: You Can Do It! Vaccinations October 26, 2009

Awards and honors

In 2009, Sid the Science Kid was awarded the Parents' Choice Award and was called "Recommended Television for the spring of 2009" by the organization.

In May 2009, Sid the Science Kid ws nominated at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in two categories - "Outstanding Children's Animated Program" and "Outstanding Achievement in Main Title & Graphic Design".

The series was nominated by the Television Critics Association for a TCA Award in "Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming." The winners will be announced August 1, 2009.


For full credits, see the Sid the Science Kid credits on the Henson Digital Performance System Wiki.


For more coverage, see the Sid the Science Kid merchandise category on the Henson Digital Performance System Wiki.


Cover Title Release Date Description
Soundtrack - Volume 1 May 4, 2009 Released as an exclusive, the album features 18 original songs from the first half of the series. The albums was released both on CD and for digital download on May 4, 2009.


DVDs of the series are being released by the Jim Henson Company and NCircle Entertainment.

Cover Title Release Date Description
The Bug Club August 4, 2009 "Sid the Science Kid: The Bug Club", features four episodes of the series with a focus on nature and backyard science.
Change Happens August 4, 2009 "Sid the Science Kid: Change Happens" features four episodes dealing with transformation and changes.
Weather Kid Sid December 1, 2009
In Development: This section contains information on an upcoming and currently unreleased item.

"Sid the Science Kid: Weather Kid Sid" will feature four episodes dealing with weather.[4]

Feeling Good Inside & Out December 1, 2009
In Development: This section contains information on an upcoming and currently unreleased item.

"Sid the Science Kid: Feeling Good Inside and Out" will feature four episodes dealing with health.

The Ruler of Thumb February 16, 2010
In Development: This section contains information on an upcoming and currently unreleased item.

"Sid the Science Kid: The Ruler of Thumb" will feature four episodes dealing with science tools.


In Development: This section contains information on an upcoming and currently unreleased item.

HarperCollins Children's Books and The Jim Henson Company plan to release a series of books based on the program. The first titles will hit book stores in December 2009.[4]


In February 2009 The Jim Henson Company appointed Hasbro, Inc. the master toy and game licensee for Sid the Science Kid. The four-year license grants Hasbro the rights to introduce an array of Sid the Science Kid products. Hasbro's line of Sid the Science Kid toys and games is slated to debut at retailers in the fall of 2009.[9] The first set of toys, a series of mini plus dolls and the Talkin' Sid plush doll were released in November 2009.

iPhone App

In fall 2009 the Jim Henson Company released an iPhone application of Sid's microphone. The apps design and audio effects replicate the functions of the microphone Sid has on the show. On the iPhone, users can record their own voices, or other sounds, for up to 20 seconds and then play them back. The Sid's Microphone app was developed by Stevo Brock from Sunset Magicwerks in partnership with PBS and The Jim Henson Company. The app was released as a free download.


  1. The Jim Henson Company and KCET in Production on Sid the Science Kid for PBS Kids
  2. Brandolution named licensing agent for US. & Canada for The Jim Henson Company's newest preschool series "Sid the Science Kid".
  3. Sid the Science Kid Comes to DVD.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Muppet Newsflash: Sid the Science Kid Merchandise August 13, 2009
  5. Sid the Science Kid - Educational Philosophy
  6. The MuppetCast with Steve Swanson Show #83: November 9, 2008 - Interview with Jim Lewis (1:10:18)
  7. Henson Prepares to Ask "What's the Big Idea?"
  8. TV Guide Channel: Sid the Science Kid
  9. Henson Compant Press Release

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On the Halo 2 map, Coagulation, there is a hidden message much like the "Why Am I Here" message in the Beaver Creek level of Halo 2. Messages like these can be found in many maps, such as Sanctuary. The message in Sanctuary is behind the water. Not "Sid" with the initials CMP and the number '10' in tally marks.


Go into the cave systems above where the Overshield/Active Camoflauge spawns, and in the arch/window look to your left and you will see a message in the rock that says "Not Sid Was Here" If you look further to the edge the word, "Not" can be seen, making the message "Not Sid Was Here Not".

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Halo 3 Easter Eggs Boat on "The Storm" · Carved Letters in Sierra 117 · Cavemen · Easter Egg Towers · Face on the moon · Final Unggoy · Flipyap · Halo Music on High Ground · Hangar Easter Eggs · Hidden Blood · Half-Naked Guy · Microsoft Sam · Missing Person Poster · Password-Lacking Marine · Reversed Messages · Rex · Rooster Teeth · Sandbox Warning · Secret Marine on The Covenant · Secret Room On The Ark · Secret Room On The Covenant · Siege of Madrigal · Suicidal Marine · Urinating Brute · Valhalla Wall Easter Egg · Chief EG-X
ODST Easter Eggs Siege of Madrigal · Buck and Monkeyman · Face on Windward · Identification Badge · License Plate Eggs

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Sid and Seth are humans from the Armada portion of the Unicron Trilogy continuity family.
Seth is really celebratory over the idea of getting out of there.

Sid is a mean, aggressive pre-teen who spends his time torturing small animals. Seth is his lanky little yes-man who hides behind his buddy's bulk when shouting insults. They love to bully total nerds, so living in Science City must be like Christmas for them. Of the two, Sid is clearly the more dominant, pushing Seth around nearly as much as he does his actual targets.

They attend the same school as the crass-yet-good-natured Billy and Fred, their dopplegangers.


Dreamwave Armada comics continuity

While Sid was occupied trying to kill squirrels with his Dennis the Menace-style slingshot, Seth noticed their arch enemies, nerds, trying to have a good time. As Rad, Carlos and Alexis took off in their spectacular splendiferous balloon-mobile, Sid and Seth saw it as the perfect opportunity to send those three poindexters to an early grave. Using his slingshot, Sid popped the balloons keeping the contraption afloat. As the nerdlingers (well, actually just a dummy) plummeted to their deaths, Sid made a mean-spirited quip as Seth encouraged him to make a break for it, lest the law catch onto their gruesome shenanigans.

Little did they know, their homicidal plot didn't actually kill the paste-eating dorks, but helped them to become best friends with a team of awesome super powered robots from outer space. Take that, you little sociopaths! Dreamwave Armada issue 3

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!





Alternate names

Satake (Japanese translated)

Debut (Manga)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Chapter 0??

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 017

Appears in





Seiyū (Japanese)
  • Norihisa Mori
Voice actor(s) (English)

Sid, known as Satake in the Japanese version. Who, along with Bonz and Zygor, is one of Bandit Keith's former henchmen.

In the Duelist Kingdom tournament, they make up Bandit Keith's henchman. Keith wanted revenge at Maximillion Pegasus for humiliating him in the final match of the Inter-Continental Championship. When Keith finds out about Yugi Mutou, Joey Wheeler, and the rest of the gang, they believe they will get in their way, and seek to eliminate them. When Joey runs away from the group towards a waterfall, Zygor beats him unconcious and he wakes up in cave with a Dueling Arena, complete with a Graveyard Field. Bonz challenges Joey to a Duel that he tricks him into thinking he must accept. Bonz has the upper hand, as his Zombie-Type monsters gain a 30% ATK and DEF bonus because of the Graveyard Field, and when they are destroyed, they just regenerate, and become even stronger from Call of the Haunted. However, when Yugi and the gang arrive, Joey manages to figure out the Zombie's main weakness and that is their DEF is 0. Using Shield & Sword to switch their ATK and DEF values, Joey wins the Duel. Bandit Keith then locks the gang in, beats up his three companions, and enters the Duelist Kingdom Finals.

Sid along with Bonz and Zygor are then seen right before the Battle City finals. The three reside in a nearby cemetary and trick people into giving up their Locator Cards. However, Yami Bakura is not intimidated by their act and challenges them to a Duel in which the winner gets all the Locator Cards, and thus goes directly to the Battle City Finals. Bakura wins in just a few moves, and then banishes them to the Shadow Realm (or Hell in the Japanese version).


It is unknown what sort of deck that Sid had. His only confirmed card in the anime is "Firewing Pegasus" it was seen on the screen of Seeker's laptop in episode 56 as he was searching for duelists and their rarest cards.

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