Backstage Interview with 'Survivor: Samoa' Contestant Jaison Robinson

Much like his Survivor: Samoa tribemate Brett, Jaison is one of the world's good guys. He's almost sappy, such as when he told me that going through the whole game without any socks is just one of those things that happens, or that he doesn't think Ben is a bad person. He was the first to recognize that if he had put himself first in the game he would have been in the finals, and might have won. But Jaison seems to be hardwired to let even the worst bygones by bygones, an outlook that doesn't seem to have hurt him in the real world.

Jaison is an all star of the real world. Already at his young age he earned degrees from Stanford and The University of Chicago, and along the way he made time to compete on the U.S. water polo team and climb mountains. He seems like the kind of person who could become a concert pianist in his spare time before work while most of us are hitting the snooze button. In fact, he felt before the show that he had been in a situation where he wasn't in control, and he went on the show partially to face that dilemma.

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