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Ultra Baby Omega AKA UBO From Boss Baby Back in the Crib: Netflix Ending Explained!

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May 24, 2022 @ 15:20 EDT
Ultra Baby Omega AKA UBO From Boss Baby Back in the Crib: Netflix Ending Explained!

UBO, a.k.a The Ultra Baby Omega, is one of the baby girls Baby Corp created in Netflix's The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib. She was created by a fluke in the baby factory and is kept in the office under surveillance cameras because being exposed to her for more than eight seconds is unpleasant. Follow the article to know more about the Ultra Baby Omega or UBO (misspelled as Hugo) and what happens to her at the end of the show. Other queries include the name of the evil baby and the fat baby.

The Boss Baby: Back in the Crib is a Netflix television series based on DreamWorks Animation's The Boss Baby. It is a follow-up to both the sequel movie The Boss Baby: Family Business and the first Netflix series, The Boss Baby: Back in Business.

Following the events of the second movie, an adult Theodore Templeton is accused of embezzlement and pursued by the FBI. With nowhere else to turn, he is forced to revert to his old Boss Baby self and hide out with his brother Tim, his wife, and their two girls, while resuming his former job at Baby Corp with his niece Tina to keep him young and out of jail.

Similarly, many viewers of the show found The UBO, or Ultra Baby Omega, very adorable. She is a lovely baby girl who was created by a fluke in the baby factory and is kept in the office under monitoring cameras. Let's find out everything about The Ultra Baby Omega and what happens to her in the show.

Previously, we touched on Nicole Byer, the meaning of BOMP, Dez, Staci, and Jimbo.

Who Is the Ultra Baby Omega AKA UBO in Netflix’s The Boss Baby Back in the Crib?

Tina and Teddy are tasked with caring for the 5% of babies who are responsible for generating baby love and hence increasing Baby Corp revenue. The corporation relies completely on this system, disregarding all other babies and classifying them as average.

Teddy and Tina learn that a babysitting company, the Uncuddlables, has been harming their babies' growth while caring for the 5% of babies. Iggy, one of the 5%, develops hair lice while out for a walk.

They find a duck while examining the cause. Lumpy the duck turns out to be Curtis, a mascot who covertly works for this childcare service. Iggy got the lisp from him. Bystander Baby, another of their 5 percenters, is taught a terrible phrase in order to decrease their appealing aura of attractiveness. Bounce Baby Bruiser is given a tricycle to cause complete pandemonium, further degrading baby love.

Baby Corp has created a baby who is so adorable and perfect that they have given her the nickname UBO, The Ultra Baby Omega, and she is continuously protected. Unless the percentage of baby love is falling, she gets to move almost nowhere. During these circumstances, the company employs this baby to increase the proportion that has fallen.

The Ultra Baby Omega tries to get free from the tight security she is placed under several times throughout the series. She is eventually apprehended and returned to the security forces. They only let her out for 8 seconds before putting her back into a robotic outfit that prevents anyone from looking at her.

What Happens to the Ultra Baby Omega at the End of the Netflix Show?

At the end of the show, Teddy, Tina, JJ, Dez, Pip, and the department heads are all fired after giving the board a persuasive presentation. They do, however, find Ultra Baby Omega a happy home with a Hollywood A-list couple who can survive long exposure to UBO's brilliance.

Disappointed by their dismissal, the team sits in Templeton's house, crying about their life. Carol enters and explains things to them that just because they've lost one job doesn't imply they won't be able to get another. They still have the rest of their lives ahead of them.

After hearing this, all of the babies are overjoyed and decide to form a company that is more aligned with their interests and can compete with the Baby Corp. They resolved to move forward with the belief that all newborns, not just the 1%, are deserving of love.

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