Mayim Bialik shared a set photo from The Big Bang Theory season 10, featuring her character, Amy Farrah Fowler with co-star Jim Parsons, who plays her on-screen boyfriend, Sheldon Cooper.

The scene is from episode 20 titled, The Recollection Dissipation, where Sheldon wakes with no pants from a fever sleep, in Leonard's apartment. His top secret notebook is missing and he has no recollection of where he was the night before.

Alongside the photo, the 41-year-old actress wrote, "In tonight's @BigBangTheory_cbs, Sheldon tries to do too much science at once and gets sick...which leads to some pretty hilarious stuff including dancing with cowboys and the things he likes best when sick...tune in!!!"

The episode aired on 7 April offered a hilarious explanation on where Sheldon was. As it turns out, after taking cough medicines, he visited a cowboy bar. Later when the gang showed up at the bar everyone greeted him.

Sheldon found his notebook, but he realises that he may have committed a federal crime by sharing the details about his top-secret project about quantum guidance system solutions. He told the barkeeper all about the project and made everyone in the entire bar pinky swear that they would never tell anyone what he shared with them.

The episode ended with Amy singing Soft Kitty to Sheldon in three different languages– English, German and Mandarin – and fans were impressed with Bialik's talent. An Instagram user commented, "I was quite impressed with your Soft Kitty renditions." Another fan wrote, "You signing soft kitty... we died laughing! Must have watched it at least 10 times. Crying!!!"
"ou both look like you are sincerely enjoying your work in this pic! Love it. Soft kitty in German=fantastic!!" wrote another user.

Recently, Bialik released a new video in which she explains the problem with calling grown women "girls". She said, "We have to stop calling women girls. Why? Because it matters what we call people. Language matters. Words have meaning. And the way we use words changes the way we frame things in our mind."

"So when we use words to describe adult women that are typically used to describe children, it changes the way we view women, even unconsciously, so that we don't equate them with adult men. In fact, it implies that they're inferior to men," The Big Bang Theory star admitted.