The Salingers are yet carrying the tears! Scott Wolf admitted that he cried after a recent re-watch of the Party of Five in an interview.
Wolf, 51, said at the Inside Game premiere in New York City that he exposed himself “bingeing moments” of the ’90s series just one scene made the actor gag up.
“There’s a special scene where Bailey is sort of falling on the sword for the last time for the family and stating he’s not going to go to school and stay home so Julia can go to school and that he’s OK,” Wolf stated.
He proceeded, “There was something so … I’m emotional presently speaking regarding it!
After all that time, they wrote this beautiful scene between Charlie and Bailey, it so encapsulated who he was completely the entire thing, that it was touching to watch because I had overlooked about the scene.”
Party of Five comprehended the Salinger siblingsOpens in a New Window.
Charlie (Matthew FoxOpens in a new Window.), JuliaOpens in a new window. (Neve CampbellOpens in a new window.), Bailey (Wolf), Claudia (Lacey Chabert) and baby Owen, who grieves a devastating loss when their parents are ruined in a car accident. The series lasted from 1994 to 2000.
Wolf revealed that his children haven’t marked the Party of Five yet because they’re too young. Still, he states his oldest son “holds close” to watching the show.
Well, The Nancy Drew star shares son Jackson, 10, son Miller, 6, and daughter Lucy, 5, along with his wife Kelley Limp. Opens in a New Window.
90s Stars: Before and After
He continued that he’s contemplated watching the show with his children so that they can experience how their father skyrocketed to stardom. Wolf too thinks that the upshots on the show are yet connected now.
“I guess they [his children] hear Party of Five said so often that it looms in the background of our life, to subsequently place a face to that thing would be fresh,” he told in the interview “I speak to people all the time who are watching it with their families and they tell that the stories are so human and real and timeless.
It was a refreshing conversation starter for parents with their kids back then, I presume I would take benefit of that likewise.”