15 titles.

1. Community (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Spanish 101 (2009)
Buenas Días! Me gusta papas frías! Bigote de la cabra es Cameron Diaz. Yeah, Boy!
2. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
We start tonight with the highlight of my childhood. It's the Ladybird Book of Motorcars from 1963, and as you would imagine it's full of rubbish really. Just endless boring grey shapes, until you get to page 40, where you find the Maserati 3500 GT. Now this for me, when I was little, was like kind of Jordan and Cameron Diaz. In a bath together. With a Lightning jet fighter. And lots of jelly.
3. Top Gear (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #15.5 (2010)
Tonight, Cameron Diaz is in our reasonably priced car. Repeat: Cameron Diaz is in our reasonably priced car! And she brought Tom Cruise with her.
4. Legally Blonde (2001)
And last week I saw Cameron Diaz at Fred Segal, and I talked her out of buying this truly heinous angora sweater. Whoever said orange was the new pink was seriously disturbed.
5. The Bill (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Sweet Revenge (2007)
Oh yeah sure, anything else? Date with Cameron Diaz while I'm at it?
6. Farscape (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Look at the Princess: Part 1: A Kiss Is But a Kiss (2000)
Humans do not live as long as Sebaceans, or Hynerians or Delvians. When I get back, everyone, my Dad, DK, my sisters, Cameron Diaz, Buffy the Vampire Slayer will be dead.
7. The Daily Show (1996 TV Series)
And those four tourists were Cameron Diaz and her three friends! And Drew Barrymore just took a shit in the pool!
8. Funny People (2009)
Have you worked with Cameron Diaz? That girl is hot, isn't she? Fuck!
Oh, well, I'll just have Cameron then. On her surfboard.
9. Extras (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Ben Stiller (2005)
I've kissed Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore! I've slapped Jennifer Aniston's butt!
10. Extras (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Extra Special Series Finale (2007)
No. What are we doing? Selling ourselves. Selling everything. The happiest day of my life - oh, quick, I'll do the invites and bake a cake and get a press tent. Must have a press tent - it's a wedding. I must see pictures of meself with other people I'm in the programme with. Oh, now I'm pregnant - we must televise the birth. Quick, see if Ryan Seacrest will present it. Maybe it'll make E! channel's "100 Greatest Caesarians". I'm not having a go at you. I'm just sick of these celebrities just living their lives out in the open all the time. Why would you do that? It's like these pop stars who choose the perfect moment to go into rehab. They call their publicist before they call a taxi. Then they come out and they do their second autobiography - this one's called "Love Me or I'll Kill Myself". Well, kill yourself then. And the papers lap it up. They follow us around and that makes people think we're important, and that makes us think we're important. If they stop following us around, taking pictures of us, those people wouldn't take to the streets going "Oh quick, I need a picture of Cameron Diaz with a pimple". They wouldn't care; they'd get on with something else. They'd get on with their lives. You open the paper and you see a picture of Lindsay Lohan getting out of a car, and the headline is "Cover Up Lindsay, We Can See Your Knickers". Of course you can see her knickers - your photographer is lying in the road, pointing his camera up her dress to see her knickers! You're literally the gutter press. And fuck you, the makers of this show, as well. You can't wash your hands in this. You can't keep going "Oh, it's exploitation, but it's what the public want". No, the Victorian freak show never went away. Now it's called "Big Brother" or "American Idol", where, in the preliminary rounds, we wheel out the bewildered to be sniggered at by multimillionaires. And fuck you for watching this at home. Shame on you. And shame on me. I'm the worst of all 'cause I'm one of those people that goes "Oh, I'm an entertainer, it's in my blood". Yeah, it's in my blood, 'cause a real job's too hard. I would love to have been a doctor - too hard. Didn't want to put the work in. Would love to be a war hero - I'm too scared. So I go "Oh, it's what I do". And I have someone bollocked if my cappuccino is cold, or if they look at me the wrong way. You know what a friend of mine once said? They said I'll never be happy 'cause I'll never be famous enough. And they were right. And if you're watching this, I'm so sorry. You're my best friend. You're my only friend. And you never did anything wrong. It was everything else. I'll never do that again. I'll never treat you like that again. It's eating me that you asked me a stupid question once, and I just... I could've answered it and I didn't, 'cause I was... I'll answer it now: I'd be the penguin, 'cause I could eat the flying fish. I know what you're thinking - "why doesn't the fish fly away?" Well, it can't really fly; it's all glide and flap. They should be called 'glidey flappy fish'. I'm so sorry.
11. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Son of the Mask (2013)
... online forums, there was even a Nintendo Power contest for it. Yeah, didn't that turn out to be a great prize! Wait years later for a contest you forgot you entered to get dragged to a set that has no Jim Carrey, no Cameron Diaz. Even the dog I think was freaking dead by this point! But, hey, at least we have Randy from "Scream"!
12. Siskel & Ebert & the Movies (1986 TV Series)
Episode: Corrina, Corrina/In the Army Now/Clear and Present Danger/The Mask/In the Land of the Deaf (1994)
I feel that Jim Carrey is extremely important to the success of this movie, and somebody else in that character might not have done as good a job. And you give credit to everyone: The special effects, to Cameron Diaz, who is very beautiful, to the dog, who's very funny, why not give some credit to the guy who played the title role?
13. Queer Duck: The Movie (2006 Video)
Could it be? What do you think of Cameron Diaz?
14. The 74th Annual Academy Awards (2002 TV Special)
Thank you, members of the Academy, for inviting us to the party by creating this category to begin with. "Shrek" took five years and over 500 people to bring to life so I'm incredibly honored to be up here on behalf of the entire team. Special thanks go to John Williams who originally brought William Steig's book to DreamWorks, Laurie MacDonald who thought it might make a good animated movie, the amazing directors Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. Our incredible cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and John Lithgow. Executive producers Penney Finkelman Cox, Sandy Rabins and David Lipman. Terry Press and Jim Tharp at DreamWorks and the entire staff of animators and artists at PDI/DreamWorks. Finally I want to thank my fellow producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, who has a love for animation that borders on obsession and who is the real reason we're here tonight. Thank you.
15. Blitt Happens (2003 TV Movie)
It's not like I expect Cameron Diaz to take one look at me and pop a boner.
15 titles.