Why is that cereal green?
Anyway, Sue’s line is funny ’cause it’s true. He’s been with the Council of Reeds.
Jonathan Hickman’s run on the FF started with Reed making a decision: Whether to align himself with a bunch of alternate-reality Reeds and solve all the problems in all the universes, or renounce that opportunity and be with his family. He chooses family, and that sets the tone for Hickman’s years on the title, with the group adopting and educating brilliant children from all over the universe and always, always doing it together.
FF always described itself as a “family” book, but it really wasn’t until Hickman’s run that Reed actually acted like a father and a husband.