The Big Bang Theory: Progressively Harder Soft Kitty True Or False Quiz

Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur! Happy kitty, sleepy kitty, purr purr purr...

The Big Bang Theory Penny Sheldon Happy Kitty Soft Kitty

"All grown-ups were once children, but only few of them remember it." Genius theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper is one of those few people. He looks like a grown up, but we have all seen Freaky Friday; sometimes little kids end up in adult bodies.

Sheldon's childhood highly affected his present. That's why watching Young Sheldon answers many questions and gives clues to the mystery called Shelbot - why he loved trains so much, why he mocked engineers, why he hated Geology, and his birthday parties. Another fondness that Sheldon carried with him from his childhood was the song Soft Kitty. He forced his friends and girlfriend to sing the lullaby many times. Each character of the show performed the song in their own unique way.

Sometimes those recitals were accompanied by a musical instrument bringing new rhythm and atmosphere to the science sitcom. When it comes to music, physics rules are not applicable. The vivid proof of this are the duet of Sheldon and Beverly Hofstadter, Howard's song for Bernadette performed at the Cheesecake factory, and all versions of Soft Kitty.

Well, let's see how well you remember the beloved childhood song, its origin and performers.

Answers at the end!

1. Soft Kitty Is A Song For Times Of Sickness.


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