How ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Season 11 ended with a surprising ending: A cat
The final episode of season 11 of ‘Greys Anatomy,’ titled “A Cat’s Life,” has left fans scratching their heads.
“Grey’s” final episode, which aired on Tuesday night, ended with the conclusion of a story arc that has seen the cast members try to get along with each other while coping with a loss.
“It was definitely a good ending to the season,” co-star Tessa Thompson told EW.
“There was something very satisfying about seeing it end.”
“Greys” fans, however, have been confused about why this story arc ends.
“A cat’s life” was originally supposed to be the finale, but it was decided that this was a great way to end the season.
“We were kind of just like, ‘You know, there’s a cat on this island,'” Thompson said.
“And it was just, ‘This is the last episode of this show.'”
“Grey” star Anna Torv, who plays Rose, was also unsure of the reason for the ending.
“I don’t know,” she told EW, adding that she was just looking forward to “Acat’s Life.”
“It’s kind of like, well, what is it?” she said.
Torv also added that she didn’t know what happened to the cat that played a key role in the season so far.
“As far as a timeline, I think we’re just going to leave it open.” “
So that’s just one of those endings,” she added.
“As far as a timeline, I think we’re just going to leave it open.”
Fans were also confused by a quote from “A CAT’S LIFE,” which was supposed to play out over the next few episodes.
“In the meantime, we’re trying to work with these cats on our little island,” Rose told her mother, referring to the island in which the show is set.
“Maybe the next episode we can finally make it work.
But you know what, we’ll see.”
“I think it’s really important to remember, when we say goodbye to someone, we are really saying goodbye to the person.
That’s what we’re talking about,” said Thompson.
“If we’re all happy, it’s not the end.
If we’re feeling sad, it might be the end.”