|Number of episodes:||9|
|Original airing:||1978 - 1979|
[[Computer Rock (Unofficial)
Science Rock! is the fourth category of Schoolhouse Rock, that goes over different types of science.
Sometime after its initial airing, The Greatest Show on Earth, also known as The Weather Show, was pulled from broadcast rotation because the Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus objected to its use of their trademark slogan (which was in the questioned title) & filed a lawsuit against the network for copyright infringement. As a result, the 1995 VHS of the program (& subsequent VHS reissues) deleted the song. However, it was included in the 1987 Schoolhouse Rock VHS release, & in 2002 it was included on the bonus disk of the 30th Anniversary DVD.
- Sautéed succotash with a side of: Science Rock!
- And to begin: "The Body Machine"
- Now let's all: "Do The Circulation"
- "Electricity, Electricity"
- And now: "The Energy Blues"
- Let's all meet: "Interplanet Janet"
- (Imitating telegraph) "Telegraph Line"
- Them bones, them bones: "Them Not-So-Dry Bones"
- "A Victim Of Gravity"
|Episode Number||Episode Title||Subject||Original Air Date|
|1||The Body Machine||Nutrition & digestive system||January 13, 1979|
|2||Do The Circulation||Circulatory system||March 10, 1979|
|3||Electricity, Electricity||Electricity||May 19, 1979|
|4||The Energy Blues||Energy conservation||March 27, 1979|
|5||Interplanet Janet||The solar system||November 18, 1978|
|6||Telegraph Line||Nervous system||June 30, 1979|
|7||Them Not So Dry Bones||Skeletal system||May 5, 1979|
|8||A Victim of Gravity||Gravity||September 16, 1978|
|9||The Greatest Show on Earth||Weather||July 14, 1979|