What's The Big Idea? (lost original pilot of "Sid The Science Kid" PBS Kids CGI animated series; 2007)

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Sid the science kid pilot.jpeg

The pilot's logo.

Status: Lost

Sid the Science Kid is a PBS Kids CGI animated series that ran from 2008-2013. The show revolves around a kid name Sid, who uses stand up comedy to answer science related questions that other kids ask with help from his teacher, family and his other classmates May, Gerald, and Gabriela. The series was also the second to animate using motion capture after Donkey Kong Country (1997).

Original Pilot[edit | edit source]

In 2007 a pilot was made when it was under the working title What's The Big Idea?.[1] Like the final show, the pilot was animated using motion capture to simulate puppetry in real time. Sid's was also originally named Josh and had a much different design compared to the final show. Aside from a couple of screenshots of Sid's early design and the pilot's logo, no footage or any other information about the pilot is available as of 2021.

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