"Earlier this week, comments made by JC and Bayleigh sparked an intense conversation in the house about cultural sensitivity. Tune in to Sunday's episode to see this conversation and what transpired after," Big Brotherhost Julie Chen announced at the end of Thursday night's Big Brother broadcast.
JC came under fire for saying the N-word on Big Brother's live feeds on Tuesday.
However, the context in which JC used the word has sparked a debate as to whether he deserves such backlash given he was trying to explain that the offensive N-word is the equivalent of calling a dwarf a "midget."
In his discussion with Bayleigh, JC -- a dancer who is 4'8" tall -- said, "I'm just a short guy. Literally, like, I even went to a doctor."
Bayleigh then interjected, "Okay, let me ask you this: Is there a difference between a midget and a dwarf?"
JC replied, "'Midget' is like saying 'gay' and 'f--got,' or like, 'n--ga' and 'black.'"
The African American flight attendant appeared floored by JC's use of the term and condemned him for using it.
"You're not allowed to say that," Bayleigh noted while shaking her head with her eyes wide. "Don't do that again. That was, like, out of control. Don't do that again."
CBS' decision to air the tense conversation between JC and Bayleigh probably comes as a surprise to viewers, because in response to previous offenses, the network released a statement earlier this month saying the houseguests had been warned not to use inappropriate language and such footage would not air on television.
"At times, the houseguests reveal prejudices and exhibit behavior that we do not condone. The producers have addressed two such incidents that were seen recently on the 24/7 online feed," CBS had said in its statement.
"In both cases, those involved have been warned about their inappropriate behavior and offensive comments, as well as future consequences. These events will not be part of any future Big Brother broadcast on CBS."
The two previous "incidents" were JC being accused of sexually harassing female houseguests by trying to place an ice cream scooper near their genitals and Rachel Swindler and Angela Rummans making controversial comments about their skin tones.