Parents need to know that The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib is part of the Boss Baby series of movies and shows. It has lots of sarcastic humor, as well as a persistent theme of consumerism: Characters repeatedly participate in faux product plugs and advertisements. Baby Corp. promotes the idea of "top five percenter" babies who are worth more than all the others due to being the cutest and, therefore, the most lovable. A lot of time is devoted to the idea that earning money based on looks and popularity is most important, and some babies are labeled as "undesirables." There's very little realistic violence, but things start off with the Boss Baby (voiced by JP Karliak) being framed for embezzlement and a SWAT team coming to find him. Baby Corp. also keeps the cutest baby in the world locked in a box, only to let her out for 8 seconds at a time. The babies repeatedly refer to engaging in trash talk. There's body humor, mild language like "butt," and put-downs like "back-stabbing traitor," "loser," "ding-dongs," and more.
In THE BOSS BABY: BACK IN THE CRIB, Theodore Templeton (voiced by JP Karliak), the original Boss Baby, is all grown up, and a leading tycoon who's framed for his colleagues' embezzlement. To escape from the FBI, Teddy takes a swig of the Super Secret Baby Formula and turns back into a baby. He seeks refuge in his brother Tim's house, greeted by his two nieces, Tabitha and Tina, and their mom, Carol. He also rejoins Baby Corp. to get a supply of the milk mix to keep up with his baby ruse. Tina and Teddy end up working together as co-bosses at the same company. Tabitha ends up joining the "uncuddlables" to stop the Baby Corp.'s five-percenter program. Tina and Teddy join hands against Tabitha and the uncuddlables to stop them from sabotaging Baby Corp.'s money-making schemes.
No, you can really talk. I heard you! Fine. I can talk. Now, let's see if you can listen. Get me a double espresso... and see if there's someplace around here with decent sushi. I'd kill for a spicy tuna roll right about now. Get yourself a little something. Who are you? Let's just say I'm the boss. The boss? You're a baby! You wear a diaper. You know who else wears diapers? Astronauts and NASCAR drivers, that's who. It's called efficiency, Templeton. The average toddler spends, what? 45 hours a year on the potty? I'm the boss. I don't have that kind of spare time. Well, you're not the boss of me. - I am the boss of you. - No, you're not. - Am, too. - Are not. - Am, too! - Are not! - Am, too. - Are not! - Am, too. - Are not! Am, too. Am, too. I was here first. Just wait until Mom and Dad find out about this. Oh, yeah? You think they'd pick you over me? With your track record? You don't know anything about me. So that's how you wanna play it, huh? Let's see. Templeton, Timothy. Middle name.... I'm sorry. Leslie! - Mostly C's... - How do you know all that? Can't ride a bike without training wheels? Even bears can ride a bike
- Yay! - No, Jimbo. No "Yay"! We are the competition! This is war. Puppies are winning, and babies are losing. Thank you, Teddy. And if this new puppy is as cute as we fear... it could put the baby business out of business, baby. That's awful! Bad news, baby! What are we going to do? My job is to find out exactly what that new puppy is... so that Baby Corp can stop it. And you're going to help me. - Genius! - Home run! You still got it, boss! Yay! Yay. Now, your parents all work for Puppy Co. So have you learned anything from them? - Yes, sir! - Sure did! Fantastic. Triplets, go! - A. - B. - C. - D. No, what have you learned about the new puppy? Yay, puppy! No, Jimbo! Puppies are evil. Staci, read back the notes. I can't read. What's it say? This is my team? A muscle-head, a bunch of yes men, and a doodler? - Exactly! - Affirmative! Good call. - Oh, yeah! - Nice one, BB! Gotcha!
But after normal babies get their pacifiers taken away... you forget all about Baby Corp. How come you're not normal? A few of us, the best of the best... are selected for the... For the ultimate honor. Upper management. This, Templeton, is where all the action is. Nap time in Sector G. So this whole place is run by babies? Yep. My Dad says, "Those who can, do." "And those who can't, supervise." Your father is a hippy. What happens when you grow up? We don't. We drink a super-secret baby formula that keeps us babies forever. Back to work! Formula break is over! We're in a crisis here! Don't you know we're in a crisis here? Who is that? That is my boss. Big Boss Baby. What is she screaming about? Well, see this pie chart? Wow, it looks like a giant pie. It represents all the love there is in the world. - I love pie. - Who doesn't? - Apple. - Fine. - No, cherry! - Perfect! - Not pumpkin. - Okay. That's a vegetable. Point is, the puppies' slice is getting bigger and bigger. They're stealing all our love! Just like you did to me. Exactly. And if this keeps up... there might not be enough pie left for babies.
a long, long time ago. I was a hotshot executive... headed straight to the top. Everyone loved me. They gave me a promotion, the corner office... my very own... Personal potty? I had it all. But then one day... I made a terrible discovery. I was getting old. The formula wasn't working anymore. It turns out I was lactose intolerant. - No! - Yes! I got called in to see the board of directors. Who are the boring directors? The biggest baby bosses of them all. I thought they loved me. But they replaced me with someone new. Someone younger. That's horrible. All of a sudden, she got all the love... all the attention. You know how that feels, don't you, Tim? It hurts, doesn't it? Yeah. It does. And then what happened? Well... They fired me! And took away my special formula. Then they sent me down to live with a... - family! - Oh, Francis, no! Baby Corp betrayed me! And I'm finally going to get revenge... with the Forever Puppy. - Huh? - That's it? No, no. Imagine a puppy that never grows up. A puppy that stays a puppy forever. Once I launch my Forever Puppies to every corner of the world...
before the plane takes off. Let's take the bike. The bike? I don't know. Let's move! - Okay, but wait right here! - What? Where are you going? Templeton! Always wear a helmet. Too-da-loo, toilet head! You'll never catch us! Staci! Staci, come in! Oh, Staci! - Is that you, boss? - Code red! I'm being chased by a killer babysitter! Gather the team! On it, boss. - Hello! - Hello! - Hello! - Code red. Got it! We got a code red. Repeat... We got a code red! What are you doing, Templeton? Go, go! But that's jaywalking! Here, I'll pay your ticket. Go! I think we lost him! Oh, no, we didn't! Flower power! Pow, pow, pow! That's my boy! Poppy! Run, run, run. Uh-oh. Run, run, run. Tim, you've gotta go faster! I can't do it! You can. You've got it in you, Templeton. Now, eyes ahead. I said eyes ahead, son! Buttocks up! Now pedal like you mean it!
I give you the only thing you'll ever love... the Forever Puppy! Mommy? Avert your eyes, Templeton! Hey! What are you doing here? Mom, Dad! What are they doing here? What are Tim and the baby doing here? What are any of us doing here, really? What is going on here? He's got my parents! We're really here to get them. Get them! Get the Forever Puppy! We've got to get backstage. In there! Run! Go, go, go! Left, right! Left, right! Left, right! Yes! Fart. Poop. Doodie. Look at all that formula. Now that's how you launch a product. Oh, no! He's putting them under the rocket! Elvis has left the building! Mom, Dad... I'm coming! Atta boy! Go, Tim! Go, go! Launch initiated. I'm launching my Forever Puppies, and there's nothing you can do about it! No! Baby Corp stole all the love from me... and now I'm going to take it back from them. You should understand what I'm talking about. You got replaced just like me! No! I'm nothing like you! Bratty kid! Let our parents go! His parents. The parents. Yeah! You could have had your parents' love all to yourself again! But no! You blew it! You let that baby boss you around. 2b1af7f3a8