Bill Nye The Science Guy on his hit PBS series.
Deadline notes that the value of the suit could turn out to be much higher, reporting that Nye "is suing the Walt Disney Company and a host of its subsidiaries ... for more than $37 million, alleging he didn't receive his fair share of the net profits generated by his long-running series 'Bill Nye the Science Guy'".
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On a rather cool Monday morning, but then he had to peel off the layers of warm clothing. A splendid fried vegetable prepared by Jovi and a loaf of bread fresh from the oven.
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ABC, Buena Vista and Touchstone are also named in the complaint. His skepticism started in 2008: Buena Vista sent him a profit share of $585,123 for the preceding year, but just a few months later sent him another correspondence claiming it was an "accounting error", and that Nye then owed the company nearly half a million dollars back.
Most known for his 1992-1997 stint as the host of Bill Nye the Science Guy, Nye has also held a substantial presence in Orlando's theme parks, both as the guiding voiceover in Dinosaur, at the Disney Animal Kingdom, and in Epcot's Universe of Energy attraction, alongside Ellen Degeneres. The show started in 1994 and ran until the year 1999, which spanned five seasons and over 100 episodes. "Nevertheless", the suit continues, "[Buena Vista] and [Disney] steadfastly refused to negotiate, instead taunting Mr. Nye to audit [Buena Vista's] accounting, knowing that [Buena Vista] and [Disney] would make such an audit unduly burdensome, costly, and time consuming".
Nye says an "accounting error" in 2008 first made him suspicious of BVT's royalty calculations and after years of "futile negotiations" to obtain the corresponding records and get an explanation for the error he was forced to hire an external auditor. The scientist then took it open himself to investigate the Disney accounts and hired an auditor to look into the companies accounts.