Mutiny ran into a lot of problems in Season 2, episode 2 of AMC’s “Halt and Catch Fire." Donna (Kerry Bishé) and Cameron (Mackenzie Davis) struggled to find funding for the company, a mysterious hacker caused major issues and Bosworth (Toby Huss) decided that he need more time before joining the video game startup. Luckily, Gordon (Scoot McNairy) has started to help out and the aforementioned hacker, Tom Rendon (Mike O’Brien), will actually be joining the team. How will it all play out in episode 3, “The Way In?”

According to the synopsis, a new problem within Mutiny will endanger the whole company. But what is the ominous setback being teased? It could be continued funding difficulties or even another hacker.

Meanwhile, Gordon is doing his best to help out the fledgling company, working on a solution to the lack of data on Mutiny’s potential users. In a sneak peek video from episode 3, Gordon shows his new software fix to Donna. The program he creates, which he calls Sonaris, will theoretically map out Mutiny’s entire network. Will it work? Could it be the cause of the problem mentioned in the synopsis?

Watch a scene from episode 3 below:

There will be plenty going on outside of Mutiny in episode 3 as well. Bosworth, taking some time for himself after his brief stint at the company, will attempt to reconnect with his family for the first time since getting out of prison. Plus, Donna and Gordon will receive a surprising invitation. Could Joe (Lee Pace) finally be reaching out to the Clarks?

Will Gordon’s Sonaris program work? Will Bosworth patch things up with his family? Fans will have to tune in to find out. “Halt and Catch Fire” airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EDT on AMC.

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