TME: Why do you think the remaining players just wouldn't budge and go with one of your plans to vote off someone else?
Robertson: Because most players are playing that game in fear, they're not playing to win. I was playing to win. And there's a huge difference between playing to win and playing to stick around. Kim is playing to win. She's making moves. It's like society. People in a lot of ways are fearful of changing. I've told people this before, the single most difficult thing to do is to change someone's mind. It's almost impossible.
TME: Do you think you underestimated Kim?
Robertson: No, not at all. I underestimated her deceitfulness for sure. She's 100% deceitful.
TME: While walking away from tribal you whispered to Kat, 'Do it". What did you mean by that?
Robertson: I talked to her before and I said, 'If you want to be a leader, make a move. You can do it.' When I knew I was going home, I knew she was an underdog so I wanted to give her one last boost of confidence. That's why I said to Kat 'Do it'.
TME: Who was the most frustrating 'Survivor' contestant to play the game with?
Robertson: Towards the end it was Tarzan, because he wasn't going to budge. He's stubborn. He knew there was a family visit coming so he wasn't focused on winning. He thought by sticking with the women he'd better his chances of doing that [making it to the family visit]. Christina, I just couldn't get through to. It was like talking to a brick wall. I'm telling her she's at the bottom. For me, I was going out of my mind going over it again and again with her and that was really frustrating. You feel like you're talking to irrational people.
TME: If you had the chance to be on the show again, would you?
Robertson: I would leave tomorrow. I'd be on it in a second. I have unfinished business. I had one goal, to win.