Jada Pinkett Smith has returned to the "Red Table Talk" show for its fifth season, which hinted at the beginning of the episode that the family was not ready to discuss Will Smith's Oscar slap.

The chat show announced on Facebook ahead of the show that the entire episode was recorded before the slapping incident took place, and the family was "focused on deep healing."

"Considering all that has happened in the last few weeks, the Smith family has been focused on deep healing," a card appeared before the show started. "Some of the discoveries around our healing will be shared at the table when the time calls. Until then the table will continue offering itself to powerful, inspiring and healing testimonies like that of our incredibly impressive first guest."

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Singer Janelle Monáe appeared on the show as a guest, who shared her experience of coming out as a pansexual later in life.

"Janelle shares how she overcame her fears of abandonment and healed from the traumatizing effects of her father’s drug addiction," they captioned the interview. "Then, a special appearance by Janelle’s fierce and fun-loving mom shakes up the Table. Plus, a dream comes true for a Janelle superfan."

"Red Table Talk" is a talk show hosted by Jada Pinkett, her daughter, Willow, and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, on Facebook Watch since 2018.

Considering the slapping incident, Will slapped comedian Chris Rock during the Oscars event that took place last month. The actor walked on the stage after Rock made a joke about his wife, suggesting she looks like "G.I.Jane" because of her bald appearance.

"Keep my wife’s name out of your f--king mouth!" Will yelled at the comedian after slapping and returning to his seat.

Following the slap, Smith apologized to the Academy, while accepting the Best Actor award for the sports drama movie, "King Richard." The actor also wrote an apology on Instagram, noting he was "wrong."

Many celebs reacted to the slap including comedian Kathy Griffin.

"Let me tell you something, it’s a very bad practice to walk up on stage and physically assault a Comedian," Griffin wrote. "Now we all have to worry about who wants to be the next Will Smith in comedy clubs and theaters."

Comedian Chris Rock (L) opted not to press charges after Will Smith (R) slapped him at the Oscars
Comedian Chris Rock (L) opted not to press charges after Will Smith (R) slapped him at the Oscars AFP / Robyn Beck