Contestants on this season's "Big Brother" have been caught on the game's 24-hour-a-day Internet feed making boorish remarks. Some were shown Sunday on one of the program's television broadcasts.
In a slow week, Sunday's show had the biggest audience that "Big Brother" has seen this season. But it's unclear how much of the audience — if any — was drawn by the controversy over the remarks.
One of the contestants twice made insulting remarks about blacks. Another insulted blacks, gays and Asians.