There’s only one episode left before “Designated Survivor” has its winter finale, which mean only two episodes total until the ABC show goes on hiatus. Luckily, both episodes are sure to bring the drama and the action.

In the episode airing next Wednesday, titled “Three-Letter Day,” things continue to be very hectic at the White House, as the conspiracies grow and the tensions between those inside the White House rise.

The White House staff sorts through thousands of letters, all asking something of President Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland), until they are assigned three of them that they will act on and try to handle. Plus, the episode’s synopsis critically shares that Emily (Italia Ricci), Seth (Kal Penn), Aaron (Adan Canto), Lyor (Paulo Costanzo) and Kendra (Zoe McLellan) will work together to get answers and possibly save a life.

Though the staff is busy at work, it seems like they are keeping too busy and aren’t sharing important information with the president.

“I know the White House is like a family and I can’t do my job if I’m kept in the dark,” President Kirkman tells his team at the start of the episode’s trailer.

Whatever the news is that they’re keeping from him, or whatever the issue is that the staff is trying to handle, apparently it’s bad enough that Seth feels like he has to leave the White House.

“I’ve decided to offer the president my resignation,” Seth says towards the end of the trailer.

“Meanwhile, Hannah (Maggie Q) and Damian (Ben Lawson) continue to chase down leads to exonerate the first lady,” the official synopsis teases, “but in the end, Hannah learns the truth may be closer than she thinks.”

This episode, which is the ninth of the show’s second season, was written by Bill Chais and Ashley Arena and was directed by Jeanott Swarc.

Before the new episode arrives, here’s a little reminder of what the last one, titled “Home,” was about.

While on a mission to Afghanistan, President Kirkman met with two warlords and had to determine whom he could trust to hand over territories to the United States. Meanwhile, Seth had a bit of a run-in with the Washington D.C. police that jeopardized his job and reputation.

Catch “Designated Survivor” on ABC on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EST.