An upcoming episode of “Westworld” Season 2 is going to be quite the “bloodbath.” HBO

It looks like “Westworld” creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are quite excited over what they have cooked up for the HBO show’s second season, since they couldn’t stop talking about an upcoming episode that will definitely leave fans’ jaws’ dropped.

The two talked to TV Line about the episode that Joy directed. “You’ve made it far more violent and disturbing than we ever intended,” Nolan teased his wife. “It was quite a placid episode, and Lisa has kind of turned it into a bloodbath.”

However, Joy admitted that she was very nervous about her directorial debut, and it felt like “somebody handed me a Ferrari and said, ‘Try driving it — don’t crash.'”

Could this be the episode which saw Dolores Abernathy (Evan Rachel Wood) chasing down park guests and gunning them down together with fellow host, Teddy Flood (James Marsden)?

Wood is really excited for Dolores’ evolution next season. After being bullied for the most part in Season 1, she finally came to her own when she embraced her side as the terrifying villain, Wyatt. “Yes, she’s gunning down people. But in her defense, she has been pushed a little too far,” Wood told The Hollywood Reporter.

Or could this “bloodbath” be carried out by another host - namely, Maeve Millay (Thandie Newton)? During the Season 1 finale, Maeve exercised free will when she decided to forego her freedom and head back to the park to rescue her daughter. Newton told Deadline that Maeve’s decision was incredibly brave, but at the same time very costly.

“In Season 2, we’re going to see her going back into the world that she has abandoned, which felt to me like an incredibly courageous and ultimately rebellious choice,” she said. “Particularly as Maeve was informed by Jeffrey Wright’s Bernard character that everything that she’s done, like escaping the park, was programmed. I found that deeply disturbing, and Maeve also found it violently disturbing, to feel like your mind is not your own, that these acts of defiance that were brave and rebelling against her oppressors were preordained. It’s terrifying.”

“Westworld” Season 2 premieres on HBO in 2018.