10 July 2012 6:57 AM, PDT | Televisionary | See recent Televisionary news »

Jeff Eastin, the creator of USA’s con-man drama White Collar, which returns tonight for a fourth season, discusses his real-life con: pretending to be happy, even in the face of crushing depression. Over at The Daily Beast, you can read Eastin's first-person story, "My Biggest Con," in which he describes just that: a con perpetrated on those around him by a showrunner and creator whose own conman character is much beloved by the public. It’s a night a writer dreams about. My show, White Collar, has just screened at PaleyFest to a packed house. David E. Kelley mediated because he’s a fan of the show. And it’s my birthday. The crowd sang to me. If E! ever does my True Hollywood Story, this will be the part right before the commercial and it all goes to shit. Walking the red carpet later that night, a blogger »

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