“To Be Continued…” A cliffhanger or cliffhanger ending is a plot device in fiction which features a cat in a precarious or difficult dilemma, or confronted with a shocking revelation at the end of an episode of serialized fiction. A cliffhanger is hoped to ensure the audience will return to see how the characters resolve the dilemma. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Oh no…!! We’re left to wonder if Mr. Bowie survived a 200 ft mountain fall…


33 responses

  1. Ha..ha, We are pretty sure Mr. Bowie is having a good back scratch. We will, however, remain anxious to see what has and does happen. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  2. Now that’s a cliffhanger worth waiting for, what’s next for our heroic feline. Will he live on, catch the bad mouse, save the day? Anything’s possible in Mr. B’s world! 😉

  3. How long do I have to wait? Maybe it isn’t what it seems. Maybe a dream perhaps? (A little reference to a cliffhanger on American television – once upon a time….)

  4. Of course he did, he was heard saying, “go go gadget, ‘Bowie Chute’.

    Witnesses say a giant grey parachute shaped like kitty ears popped out of an exquisite Mont Blanc fanny pack (bought with his book advance money) as Mr Bowie gently floated to the ground.

    I think this photo was when he couldn’t decide on a cocktail for happy hour. He went with a tuna martini, shaken not stirred. (some of this or none of this, may or may not be true) xB

  5. In the Zen garden at Ryoanji, the stones are mountains and the gravel clouds. But they forgot to include Mr. Bowie in the mise en scene. Probably would have messed up the proportions. Glad to see, Herman, that you have rectified the oversight. OK, Mr. Bee — CUT! You can get up now.

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