Back to the Crib with The Boss Baby and Brandon Sawyer

Friends, the Boss Baby is back on Netflix with a new series called The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib. I’ll admit that I was not into this series at first. My son would watch it and every now and then I would catch bits and pieces and laugh. The series is a lot of fun and now the Boss Baby is back following the exploits of Boss Baby 2: Family Business.

The new series is not streaming on Netflix and it is a fantastic show to watch with your children. Each episode has a lot of fun moments and clever lines that might go over your children’s heads. Each episode also has some great lessons for not only children but adults too.

Does your child have an imaginary friend? There is an episode for that!

Has your child learned a curse word? The Boss Baby can help you with that!

Is influencer worship creeping into your home? The Boss Baby tackles that issue too.

This last one is the overlying issue that propels the story forward. It’s been a while since Theadore has been at Baby Corp and instead of using “baby love” of all the babies, the company is now only using a few popular babies to meet their goals. Whereas we had Bootsy Calico as the main protagonist in the first season, we now have a group known as The Uncuddleables that has plans to bring down Baby Corp.

Boss Baby: Back In The Crib S1 (L to R) JP Karliak as Boss Baby, Mary Faber as Tina in Boss Baby: Back In The Crib S1 Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

While I will not give away all of the fun in the episodes, I will share some of my favorite episodes with you in no particular order. I would also like to make it clear that Dez is my favorite character in this series.

Episode 1: The Business Boss: Back in Baby – This episode sets up the series and continues from where the last movie left off. We find out why Ted has to go back to Baby Corp and the changes that have come to the company.

Episode 3: Potty Mouth – This episode is a lot of “Bomping” fun! One child learns a bad word and that bad word causes havoc for Tina and her sister Tabitha. This is a fun episode and every time the bad word gets replaced with “Bomp” you just have to laugh.

Episode 4: Imaginary Friends – If M. Knight Shyamalan wrote and directed this episode I would not be surprised.

Episode 9: Birthday Blues – Maybe I am a little biased because this episode is set in Chicago but this is a great episode that expands on the relationship between Ted and his sister-in-law, Carol. Plus, did I mention it takes place in Chicago?

Episode 12: The Great Medieval London Fire of 1135 – While a good percentage of the series shows us how the attractive babies are getting all of the glory for Baby Corp, this episode lets us know that all babies are beautiful no matter how they look. Such a great lesson to teach and a great way for the show to move forward.

We were lucky enough to talk to the executive producer of The Boss Bay, Brandon Sawyer. Check out the video below and watch how we talk about the show, the “Potty Mouth” episode, and not trusting the internet.

Boss Baby: Back in the Crib picks up where the second film left off and follows Boss Baby as he moves in with his adult brother Tim’s family, including his two nieces: brainy big kid Tabitha and fellow Baby Corp employee Tina. Together, Boss Baby and Tina co-lead a new Field Team fighting to increase Baby Love while keeping a new group of arch-nemeses – The Uncuddleables – from destroying Baby Corp itself.

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