"I can't even begin to tell you how many tears there were -- more than your average soap," Goldin said. "Everyone was crying. At one point, I was taking people on a little tour of the set on the final day -- I wasn't allowed to do that, but I forgot -- so I snuck 'em through the sets and I started to get very emotional.
"I saw some of our sets coming down and 'my' loft, Jake's loft, was gone and the Martin living room [set] was scaled down and Tad's living room was stripped down and some of the other sets had tape across them.
"It was like a crime scene," says Goldin, who joined AMC as Dr. Jake Martin in 2008.
Goldin is psyched about his new Web series, a spoof on soaps called CEREALITY, which he's doing for Disney (with co-star Kate Gilligan). He describes the show, premiering this month, as "a high-concept, over-the-top comedy."
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