Full House never shied away from the serious stuff—death, failure, betrayal—but it always left you with a lesson and a saccharine feeling at the end. Not anymore.

"Sad Full House," an edited riff on the '90s series by Benjamin Apple, a comedian who's previously worked for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Onion, is our new favorite thing, which probably means we're a little twisted.

The 30-second (or so) YouTube clips take some of the show's saddest moments and plop them right in between the happy-go-lucky intro (but only the "When you're lost out there and you're all alone" part) and end credits to hilarious effect. Something about a quick cut to "Everywhere You Look" just as Danny Tanner's telling Michelle that her mom's dead feels so good.

The first two episodes of "Sad Full House" are above—watch the other three below.