With the economy in the crapper, what sort of gifts is Eliza Dushku planning to give for Christmas? From the press day for Nobel Son earlier this month, this bon mot: “Last year I tried to be cute and get my family these carbon-emission things. My oldest brother is a conservationist, and the only one that really appreciated it. My other brothers were like, “What? You gave me nothing!” It’s to cancel out the carbon footprint that you emit flying, or from your home — you print out a year of carbon credit. It wasn’t a big hit, but I might just do it again because it’s important.” There you have it, folks — adjust your opinion of Ms. Dushku accordingly.