Brandon Routh as Ray
Ray (Brandon Routh) revealed a few details about his previous stay in the dinosaur era while leading Amaya (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) and Nate (Nick Zano) on a mission to recover the Waverider’s primary temporal delineator in a sneak peek from Season 2, episode 13 of “Legends of Tomorrow.” The CW

Ray (Brandon Routh) finds himself sharing details about his previous stay in the dinosaur era when he volunteers to find the missing part of the Waverider in tonight’s episode of “Legends of Tomorrow.”

In a sneak peek from Season 2, episode 13, Ray leads Amaya (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) and Nate (Nick Zano) on their mission to recover the ship’s primary temporal delineator, which got lost after Rip (Arthur Darvill) made the ship crash in 69 million BC. While looking for the missing part of the ship, the trio appears to have a run-in with Gertrude, a dinosaur who Ray met in South Dakota 70 million years ago when he was trapped in the same era between Season 1 and Season 2.

When Nate asks Ray why Gertrude isn’t particularly welcoming when she sees him, Ray confesses to eating one of her eggs during his previous six-month stay in the same time period. “It’s just so happens that lady dinosaurs are rather maternal,” Ray says. “And I may have eaten one of her eggs.”

In his defense, Ray explains that he was starving at the time and needed protein. “I mean, one egg made me like 70 omelets. I regret nothing,” he says.

Towards the end of the clip, Ray, Nate and Amaya make it to Ray’s former dwelling place. Ray reveals that he managed to keep Gertrude away from it after he doused the place with male T-Rex urine. Nate also finds handmade dolls of their fellow Legends inside Ray’s abode, prompting Ray to admit that he missed the team the first time he got stuck in the era.

In the “Inside DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” featurette for the episode, executive producer Phil Klemmer reveals how the team crash-landed in 69 million BC. “At the end of the previous episode, we get Rip Hunter back,” says Klemmer. “The only problem is Rip Hunter is evil. He’s not the Rip that we knew and loved. And to prove it, he uses Gideon (voiced by Amy Pemberton), who is still loyal to him, to basically let him out of the brig, steals the medallion and sends the ship into a tailspin. And we crash in 69 million BC.”

“Legends of Tomorrow” Season 2, episode 13, titled “Land of the Lost,” airs tonight at 9 p.m. EST on The CW.