Still in the guise of Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), Neron resurrects the former tech giant’s business to unveil a new app. Like so many pieces of technology, its purpose is unclear. And as with so many end user license agreements, the devil is in the details. The Legends of Tomorrow discover downloading the app allows Neron to claim the user’s soul and send them to Hell. There’s an obvious Facebook joke here we’re just going to ignore in favor of the preview for next week’s show.
But you have to wonder what John Constantine (Matt Ryan) is up to in Hell. He’s trying to save Ray’s soul, but considering Neron is not the only demon he’s tussled with, it is entirely possible his journey through the City of the Damned will reveal more of his double-dealing. Back in the comics, he created a deadlock between a half-dozen demons, preventing all of them from taking his soul. Maybe he’ll pull off another trick like that.
Also, since we will be seeing Hell in some form next week, you have to wonder who’s running the place and whether or not Etrigan is around.
Legends of Tomorrow airs Mondays on The CW.