That thing on Oliver's head is a pomelo skin.
In the magazine this week, Adam Platt interviews his renowned actor brother. Oliver Platt wisely avoids discussing what he thinks of critics. Adam’s unbiased take: “Critics are upstanding gentlemen and ladies of the press who deserve to be treated with utmost respect, and who are generally correct in their assessments, whether it be of a movie, a play, or a really lousy restaurant dinner.” [NYM]
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