Brandon Routh as Ray
Ray (Brandon Routh) finds himself working as a janitor in Season 2, episode 16 of “Legends of Tomorrow.” The CW

Ray (Brandon Routh) is not The Atom in Season 2, episode 16 of “Legends of Tomorrow.”

According to Entertainment Weekly, the episode — which serves as the penultimate installment of the show’s sophomore run — finds Ray living a completely different life, as the Legion of Doom has finally rewritten reality. The news outlet described this new reality as the perfect world for the Legion, who makes sure that the Legends get personalized punishments in this brand new world.

“For the Legends, it’s very different,” Routh said of the episode, aptly titled as “Doomworld.” “None of us have our abilities and powers. Ray is a janitor for S.T.A.R. Labs, and the world is being run by insane crazy people. So, yeah, it’s a bit of the worst nightmare.”

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If the Legion manages to rewrite reality in the penultimate episode, it’s likely that the Legends won’t be able to secure the last missing piece of the Spear of Destiny in next week’s episode, which Nate’s (Nick Zano) grandfather, Commander Steel (Matthew MacCaull), is keeping in 1970.

According to the synopsis for Season 1, episode 14, the Legends are reunited with Commander Steel, a.k.a. Henry Heywood, in NASA headquarters. Although the team finally learns from Commander Steel where the last piece of the Spear of Destiny is hidden, it looks like retrieving it won’t be that easy as the Legion causes a time aberration that seemingly takes their focus off their main goal.

As seen in the trailer for the episode, the team has to intercept Apollo 13 before it lands on the moon. While it’s unclear why exactly the Legends need to intervene with the Apollo 13 mission, seeing Ray face off against Eobard (Matt Letscher) in outer space suggests that a bigger problem may ensue if the Legends fail to fix the aberration.

“Legends of Tomorrow” Season 2, episode 14, titled “Moonshot,” airs on Tuesday, March 14 at 9 p.m. EST on The CW, while “Doomworld” airs on March 28 in the same time slot.