If there’s one thing “Westworld” Season 1 was able to establish, it’s that the hosts of the Western theme park are more than capable of doing anything they want to do… just as long as their programmers don’t interfere with their systems.

As a teaser for Season 2, the “Discover Westworld” website showcased a glitch-ridden “SOS Takeover” GIF that showed a Registered User attempting to communicate with the outside world. The user appeared to be desperate for help because “something’s gone wrong in the park,” but unfortunately, his communication was cut short. A different message then appeared: “All is well. Celebrations continue.” Before the message was overwritten, the screen showed, “Loading - Journey Into Night…”

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“Journey Into Night” is actually the name of Dr. Robert Ford’s (Anthony Hopkins) new narrative, and it also happens to be the title of the premiere episode for next season. This detail was teased by show creator Jonathan Nolan in a Reddit thread titled “Can we end the endless maze image posts?” Nolan joined the conversation and said, “Nope,” which was linked to an image. The image showed the script with a title partially covered by a smiley maze, so all fans can see is “Journey Into N.”

One thing’s for sure though, the first episode of the next season will feature a time jump from the chaotic event that took place during the Season 1 finale, wherein Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) shot park creator Ford and went on another killing spree. “You’re definitely going to see the aftermath and the effects of what happened,” co-creator Lisa Joy told Entertainment Weekly, to which Nolan added: “We are definitely not picking up right where we left off.”

Meanwhile, the two revealed during Paleyfest that they were forced to change the script for Season 2, episode 3, after fans correctly guessed the huge twist they had planned. “Reddit has already figured out the third episode twist,” he said, according to NME. “So, we’re changing that right now. It’s annoying sometimes when people guess the twists and then blog about it, but the engagement is gratifying, on one level, because if someone guesses your twist, it means you’ve done an adequate job [of structuring the series].”