Someone has digitally inserted Nick Offerman's face onto all of the characters in the Full House intro, and the result is utterly hilarious nightmare fuel. From DrFakenstein on YouTube, the video is simply called Full House of Mustaches. As it sounds, Offerman's Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson has his face deepfaked onto each member of the Tanner clan along with uncles Joey and Jesse in the clip. The strange parody goes through the entirety of the opening sequence from Full House, and it's really just something that needs to be seen to be believed. You can take a look at it below.

There's something so inherently unwholesome about DrFrakenstein's Full House of Mustaches video. Needless to say, this is probably not how most people ever pictured the Tanner family. Still, the parody is perhaps not the most unsettling Full House parody on YouTube. The channel Full House Without Michelle released its own version of the TV show intro along with some clips which digitally remove Michelle Tanner completely from the scenes. The videos suggest an insane Danny Tanner has a make-believe child and the other members of the family are placating him. Who knows where these ideas come from, but the series is clearly an easy target for pranksters on YouTube.

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On a lighter note, the real characters of Full House (well, most of them) will soon be getting back together for one more run of new episodes. Netflix previously ordered a fifth and final season of the revival series Fuller House, which will premiere on the streaming service later this year. Set in the same Tanner household from the original series, the spin-off follows grown-up versions of D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) now raising their own little ones. Of course, Danny (Bob Saget), Jesse (John Stamos), and Joey (Dave Coulier) all regularly make appearances as well.

As you've likely ascertained, "deepfaking" is when video editors digitally insert faces onto other people in convincing fashion. Recently, a deepfake video of Jim Carrey playing Jack Nicholson's character Jack Torrance in The Shining went viral. Another popular deepfake video imagined Sylvester Stallone as the Terminator in Terminator 2, which visually gave fans of the movie an interesting "What if?" scenario to think about. Sometimes, however, the results can be much eerier, as another video from DrFakenstein inserted internet darling Keanu Reeves' face into the PBS children's show Sesame Street. As breathtaking as the John Wick star is, it's beyond creepy to see his face on a small child singing a children's song.

Just when you think you've seen everything there is to see on YouTube, something like Full House but everyone is Ron Swanson comes along. Anyone who's seen it will never be able to unsee it, so be prepared to picture Offerman's face anytime you hear that trademark theme song moving forward. Who knows what's going to come out next, but it will somehow be something even more bizarre. God bless the internet. This latest DeepFake comes from Dr. Fakenstein on YouTube.

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