Comedy fans, rejoice: After years of anticipation, you might soon be able to watch episodes of "MILF Island," "Inspector Spacetime" and "The Rural Juror" on Hulu.com.

Er, wait. What's today again?

In the spirit of the age-old April Fools' prank tradition, streaming video site Hulu announced a whole new slate of April Premieres, featuring shows including "Inspector Spacetime," "MILF Island," "The Rural Juror" and "The Itchy and Scratchy Show."

The catch is that all of these shows are actually fictional programs featured on television hits such as "30 Rock" and "Community." Sadly, when users click on the teaser promos for the fictional premieres, they're redirected to clips from the shows they originated from. (We can dream, can't we?)

Hulu's prank, which is more of an inside joke than a practical "gotcha" stunt, follows past shenanigans by the tech site. In 2012, the “Voice of Hulu's” outtakes were "accidentally" inserted into the beginning of many shows, while in 2011 the site reset itself to 1996.

For more on April Fools' jokes, check out Google's "olfactory experience", or YouTube's (fake) announcement about its impending shutdown.

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  • The YouTube Collection

    <a href="http://www.youtube.com/theyoutubecollection" target="_hplink">With The YouTube Collection</a>, Google is offering "a whole new way to enjoy the videos you love." And by "whole new way," Google means having YouTube videos delivered on DVDs right to your door. And if that's not enough -- you'll also be able to get trending videos on laser disk as well as royalty-free audio on records. Ready to order hundreds of thousands of DVDs for home delivery? <a href="http://www.youtube.com/theyoutubecollection" target="_hplink">Click here</a>.

  • Google Street Roo

    Google announced on April 1 its intention to gather images of 98% of the Australian outback using cameras mounted to the heads of Big Red kangaroos. <a href="http://google-au.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/google-street-roo-exploring-outback-one.html" target="_hplink">From the Google Australia Blog</a>: <blockquote>Over the next four weeks, more than a thousand Big Red kangaroos will be equipped with a 360-degree head camera that will automatically capture images when the marsupial is on the move during daylight hours.</blockquote>

  • Google Racing

    Google announced on late on March 31 that <a href="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/bringing-self-driving-cars-to-nascar.html" target="_hplink">it's formed a partnership with NASCAR</a> and will have self-driving race car "<a href="http://www.nascar.com/video/none/none/120331/cup-mar-google/" target="_hplink">entered in competition</a> by the middle of next season." This one doesn't seem too out-of-this-world, as Google has been working on self-driving vehicles for some time now. For more, <a href="http://www.google.com/racing/" target="_hplink">check out Google Racing</a> and then head over to NASCAR <a href="http://www.nascar.com/video/none/none/120331/cup-mar-google/" target="_hplink">to watch the video of the "announcement."</a>

  • Chrome Multitask Mode

    Be twice as productive on the internet with <a href="https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/multitask.html" target="_hplink">Chrome's new Multitask Mode</a>. "Welcome to the ambinavigation revolution," says Google.

  • Gmail Tap

    Google <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/01/gmail-tap-google-april-fools-day_n_1394635.html" target="_hplink">is now offering Gmail Tap, a replacement</a> for those pesky full QWERTY keyboards on mobile devices. "Gmail tap replaces the default keybaord in the gmail app with on that only has two buttons," Reed Morse (<a href="http://www.linkedin.com/in/reedmorse" target="_hplink">an actual Google employee?!</a>) who says in the video that Samuel B. Morse, the co-inventor of Morse Code, is his "great grandfather's, grandfather's brother." So instead of an alphabet, Gmail Tap users are given just two keys -- a dot and a dash -- and they can type every word in the alphabet using Morse Code. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/01/gmail-tap-google-april-fools-day_n_1394635.html" target="_hplink">Click here to read more</a> about Gmail Tap.

  • Google Maps 8-Bit

    Google channels the 80s with <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/31/google-maps-quest-google-8-bit_n_1393739.html?ref=technology" target="_hplink">Google Maps Quest</a>, an 8-Bit version of Google Maps. Fans of Dragon Warrior/Dragon Quest who miss the good 'ol days of NES gameplay will be excited to learn that Google will be offering cartridge versions of Google Maps Quest in the <a href="http://www.googlestore.com/" target="_hplink">Google Store</a>.

  • Google Fiber

    Google announced in March 2011 that it had chosen Kansas City, Kansas, as <a href="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/ultra-high-speed-broadband-is-coming-to.html" target="_hplink">the location of a new, super high-speed Fiber network</a> that will provide "Internet access more than 100 times faster than what most Americans have today." But the <a href="http://www.google.com/fiber/kansascity/index.html" target="_hplink">Google Fiber</a> of April 1, however, is not that kind of fiber. Instead, it's a "Fiberlicious" bar made from "just the right synthesis" of "psyllium and vitamins C and D." Says Google: "This smarter fiber delivers just what the body needs to sustain activity, energy and productivity up to 100 times more than you have experienced before." Ready for some Google Fiber? <a href="http://www.google.com/fiber/kansascity/index.html" target="_hplink">Click here to learn more</a>.