One scene involving a casual tour of a slave cemetery was deleted.
Bravo removed a number of "Southern Charm" episodes over "racially charged" content.
The network confirmed it temporarily took down four episodes of the South Carolina-set reality show from its website, app and on-demand service.
A spokesperson told Variety the episodes had been removed as part of a network-wide review to flag potentially offensive content. In a comment to Daily Mail, another spokesperson said they were pulled for "racially charged moments."
In that episode, Thomas Ravenel is having lunch with his father ex-Congressman Arthur Ravenel Jr., who tells him while smirking that he likes to get rid of his $5 bills because they feature Abraham Lincoln, whose may accomplishments include abolishing slavery.
Digging further, she discovered three more episodes were unavailable.
Bravo has been clearing house in the wake of the recently refueled Black Lives Matter movement; Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Max Boyens and Brett Caprioni were all fired from "Vanderpump Rules", while "Below Deck Mediterranean" star Peter Hunziker was also dumped over a racist Instagram post.