I want to punch that fucking Robert in his fool head. JEFFERSONVILLE — A school teacher who volunteered to stay in the Clark County jail for up to 60 days told Sheriff Jamey Noel exactly what he learned from the unprecedented experience. "It was easier than I thought," Robert said in Thursday's episode of "60 Days In." In last week's episode, viewers watched as Robert bent over in pain until deciding he had to go to the hospital. Since it would have been too risky to check him in and out of the jail under a false last name to protect his identity, the trip to the hospital was Robert's exit from the undercover program. During a debriefing with Noel and Capt. Scottie Maples, Robert insisted his time in jail was a "cotton candy, cream puff situation." "I've been in law enforcement a long time. I know how to read people, and he's lying," Maples said. Noel and Maples questioned Robert about his take on the experience and asked if his trip to the hospital was just a stunt to avoid general population. Robert's illness came just after Maples told him he would be moved from segregation back to the pod with other inmates. Robert was removed from gen pop earlier in the season after putting a towel over a security camera. Although Robert said he wasn't scared to go back to the pod, flashbacks show him telling Maples he felt threatened by the inmates. Maples also read a letter from Robert requesting that he stay in segregation. But the more Maples and Noel questioned Robert, Robert laughed and feigned a yawn. "This meeting makes me question Robert's motivation for participating in this program," Noel said. "I think Robert did this just for attention and to be on TV, and that's never what this program was about." Robert previously told the News and Tribune he once had aspirations to become an actor but that he no longer does. To read the News and Tribune's earlier story on Robert's appearance on a TLC reality show, visit this story on newsandtribune.com.