Cliffhanger

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Drug slang A regional term for PCP
Alternative—fringe medicine An exercise in polarity therapy intended to loosen the chest and shoulders, expand the lungs, stretch the vertebral column, and release pelvic tension
Vox populi A moment of extreme—Hollywood-esque—tension
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This sort of audience reaction was also evident after Ibrahim's performance at Cliffhangers' Wednesday evening event.
A regular episode of a soap opera or drama series can be compelling but there's nothing quite like a dramatic cliffhanger to get pulses racing, especially if your curiosity isn't resolved for months while you're waiting for a new series to start.
In a recent interview with (http://ew.com/tv/2018/05/17/spoiler-room-arrow-blacklist-once-upon-a-time/) Entertainment Weekly , Gustin called one of the cliffhangers "one of the most exciting" the show has ever done, while the other is "one of the most dark and confusing."
Whether it's Den and Angie with the 'I'm dying' and 'Oh really, here's the divorce papers' stand-off, or poor Lofty being jilted by Michelle back in 1985, or more recently the will-they, won't-they cliffhanger surrounding the marriage of secret bisexual Syed and bride Amira.
"I love the cliffhanger," says Elisabeth, who's been playing Sarah Jane on and off since 1973.
IT has been the greatest Coronation Street cliffhanger of them all - who will survive Richard Hillman's death plunge into the Weatherfield Canal?
PEAK Practice (ITV1) ended with a cliffhanger to end all cliffhangers.
THE final episode in the second series of Bad Girls had more cliffhangers than a drunken mountain goat.
The book reminds me of the serials that used to be shown on Saturdays, along with double features, in which a cliffhanger left us kids panting to find out what happen in the next [what we called] chapter.