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Natalie Abrams
July 11, 2015 AT 03:40 PM EDT

Have Cole and Railly really changed the future on 12 Monkeys? We hope to get some answers on that and more on Saturday at Comic-Con during the 12 Monkeys panel, moderated by this reporter. To prepare for the big event, EW is here to give you a refresher on where the Syfy drama left off:

Where we left off: Cole (Aaron Stanford) and Railly (Amanda Schull) face off with Ramse (Kirk Acevedo) at Project Splinter, where the latter plans to return to the future to reunite with his son — this after betraying Cole to the Army of the 12 Monkeys and basically engineering everything that’s happened in the “past.” But Cole decides not to pull the trigger, so Railly does and takes a bullet in the process. Ramse sacrifices himself so Railly can go to the future where Jones (Barbara Sukowa) will hopefully save her life. Little do they know, The 12 have taken control of the time machine thanks to Deacon (Todd Stashwick). Also, big twist: Jennifer Goines (Emily Hampshire) may ultimately be to blame for the spread of the virus.

What we know about season 2: Cole will be determined to find his way back to the future in order to continue his quest to save Railly, who will be in even more danger since she’s not immune to the virus. By saving Ramse, Cole may have actually changed the future, but that doesn’t mean they’re suddenly BFFs again. The 12 are definitely not allies. We’ll find out who the Witness actually is. We’ll learn much more about Jennifer Goines, who will play a big role in the mythology of the season. Also, Aaron (Noah Bean) may actually be alive—which may be a good thing since Cassie is in a very dark place after leaving him to die in that fire. Get more scoop here.

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