Owen Reece: You wouldn’t think it would be so hard. An infinite power should present infinite possibilities.2. Reece is sitting in a lounge chair, he looks pretty relaxed, he’s slightly younger, this is taking place in his time in exile.
Reece: But that also means an infinite amount of possible errors.3. Reece is talking and pointing all around him at items in the room. Fill the room with whatever you like.
Reece: Can you imagine what it takes to make absolutely everything around you? It takes the powers of a god but the patience of something much stronger.4. A wide panel of Reece walking to a table. There is a hat on it.
Reece: Everything, everything, is constructed by me. Maybe even from me.5. We see the female in the room with Reece. We don’t see all of her, but she seems nice enough. She’s wearing a deep blue sweater and has a nice swirly orange scarf on. If orange doesn’t match with blue then take it up with Reece, he’s the idiot who created all this. The chair he was sitting on before is in the background.
Reece: I can’t guarantee exactly where those before you came from, but as you look around you can see where they are now.
Reece: The very first man I made became that chair I love so much.6. Reece is walking towards the girl with the hat in his hand, he’s sort of reaching it out towards her.
Reece: The last girl I tried is now in the kitchen, pretty funny when you think about it.
Reece: All I want is a perfect creation to hang my hat on, metaphorically.7. Reece is walking away and his hat now sits on a coat rack that stands where the woman had been. The coat rack is a deep blue and there is an orange sweater on one of the hooks.
Reece: So, until then, I’ll hang my hat on you.
Reece: Que sera.
This scene takes place in the other-dimensional world that Uatu, the Watcher, confines the Molecule Man to after his defeat at the hands of the Fantastic Four.
We know that while there he created a person who he somehow imbued with consciousness, and that this person eventually went on to believe he was the son of the Molecule Man. I figure he probably had a few cracks at making a person to live with before that one, and let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you make a few women to live with.
And if it doesn’t work out then just hat rack them.
I bet he probably made a dog too but eventually turned it into a tv or a beer fridge, man’s true best friends.