Ricky Paull Goldin shared his thoughts on the final tape day of ALL MY CHILDREN for ABC in today's New York Post.
"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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