You won't see anybody saying "Koochie koochie koo" to these babies. Just as "Bad Cat" and "Bad Dog" ripped the lid off the world of "cute" housepets, "Bad Baby" strips away all the illusions of innocence that have been swaddling babies for centuries, revealing them in all their petulant, pretentious, and potty-mouthed glory. Babes in arms? How 'bout babes up in arms. Baby talk? Forget it. These cherubs graduated from "Goo goo" school a long time ago. Now they're bundles of bitchy commentary, barbed conversation, and appallingly adult thoughts. Rachael speaks for babies everywhere when she's says, "Please, I beg of you-stop singing 'The Wheels On The Bus.", Same goes for Justine, who announces, "The only reason I make these cute faces is so that you'll support me till I'm 37." Then there's the officious-looking Justine, in sunglasses with a mobile pressed to her ear: "To be honest, Jake," she's saying, "nobody wants to work with a leading man who's not toilet-trained." Every glimpse of baby's fate is enough to make veteran parents, new parents, and parents-to-be scream-but mostly with laughter!