'Big Brother' fans are annoyed by the return of the season's most controversial player

Kylie Mar
·Host & Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Day 72 in the Big Brother house Thursday was filled with a whole lot of clowns.

From super-creepy murderous-looking clowns that appeared throughout the house to scare the houseguests for "Prank Week," to Nick Maccarone thinking he would be able to flip the house vote in his favor in time for the live-eviction. Spoiler alert, Christie Murphy managed to save herself again!

However, the biggest clown of the night was Big Brother's most controversial contestant this season — Jack Matthews.

Viewers have hated the Jason Momoa look-alike ever since he started making multiple offensive and racist remarks about some of the female houseguests.

In June, Jack said he wants to "stomp a mud hole through" Kemi Fakunle's chest.

One month later, Jack was caught making another racist comment, a "rice pudding" joke, about Asian houseguest Isabella Wang.

Thursday night's episode was the first time viewers were taken inside the jury house, which meant the return of Jack on viewers' screens, and they were not laughing.

When Jack was evicted, host Julie Chen-Moonves confronted the houseguest over his offensive remarks. During his exit interview, Jack defended his comments, saying, “The stomp the mud hole comment is based on something that Sam said last season when she was frustrated.” Jack went on to say, “I do apologize for what I said, and that is very sincere. I think Kemi was and is a great person.”

Unfortunately for Jack, even though he apologized, it seems like viewers are still not fans.

Big Brother airs Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and Thursdays at 9 p.m. on CBS.

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