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Saturday, 17 December 2011

Spoilers: Dominic Zampragno and Julie Marie Berman discuss the wedding and their couple's future

Dominic: Dante takes her [to NYC] for a night out and it turns into something more. They go to Ground Zero and start talking about the future.

Julie: It brings up a lot of emotions, because Dante's character used to go there as a child and obviously, it rehashes the issue of losing a loved one to their work. It's good for them to have this conversation and it propels this spontaneous wedding. [The wedding is] perfect and sweet. I'm happy for the characters and I think fans will love the ceremony and all the sweet touches that make it personal to the characters.
[Regarding the dress] she doesn't have a lot of time to buy something, so it was not quite my first choice of dress, but yes, and it was beautiful, sweet and perfect.

Dominic: We were surprised they weren't going to go for it in a bigger way with this wedding, but it worked out better this way. We have some unexpected guests show up and it's a small ceremony, but it gets a little crazy. It had a few fun, touching moments and I think everyone's going to like it. We did.

Julie: There's no actual honeymoon, but they're in a good place. No current drama. They're married, it's official and everyone knows. It's a nice place to be, but who knows how long that will last?  I don't know [if this is the end of Lulu's drinking] . It's still going on, but there's a lot of changes going on with our show and a lot of storylines on the canvas. I don't know what they're going to continue to pursue and what they're going to let go. 

 Julie: I don't think they intended us to get married this quickly. I don't know for sure, but I think it was a last minute change in direction that they wrote this wedding in before the end of the year. A lot of that has to do with wanting to give fans what they want, and maybe it was also time for them to have some happiness and just get to the point.

Dominic: [Regarding the recent upper level shake-ups on the show] It happens to actors and producers, alike. I loved Jill [Farren Phelps, outgoing exec producer] and I know Julie did too, so it's sad for us, but even Jill will tell you that she hopes the show is better for it and maybe these things need to happen in order for us to extend our run.  Our characters are in good places and the show is on its way to good places, so I think we're going to be fine.


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