10 titles.

1. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Book Job (2011)
Everything I believed about young adult literature is a lie.
2. Addams Family Values (1993)
We're the owners and directors here at Camp Chippewa. America's foremost facility for - privileged young adults.
Young lady, I am getting just a tad tired of your attitude problem.
3. Spaced (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Dissolution (2001)
- young adults.
4. Young Adult (2011)
Yes, I'm an author of a young adult series. It's disturbingly popular. I like your decor. It it, shabby chic?
Why don't you use my crutch again as a metaphor? That was brilliant. That was masterful. Or no, save it for your little teenage stories because God knows you don't know shit about being an adult!
We can work this out. You know we can. We can handle this like adults.
5. Sicko (2007 Documentary)
Ha, no wonder the majority of our young adults can't find Britain on the map. But that's okay. There's always college. And by the time we graduate, our ass is so in hock, we're deep in debt before we even have our first job.
6. Jackie Chan Adventures (2000 TV Series)
Episode: The J-Tots (2004)
Nuh-uh Jackie. You're too young to stop Chang. And I'm too young to be an adult! Uncle you have to do something!
You must take us to the J Team. Senior Uncle is too young to drive.
7. Stacked (2005 TV Series)
Episode: iPod (2005)
I think Gavin likes to put it in Young Adult.
8. Secret Garden (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.20 (2011)
Young adults these days only care about themselves. They're so selfish.
9. King of Kensington (1975 TV Series)
Episode: Masters and Johnson and King (1979)
Let me see those books. Sex and the Teenager. Sex and the Adolescent. Ooh, Sex and the Young Adult. To think, I wasted my youth reading Nancy Drew.
10. The Secret of Oz (2009 Documentary)
These young enquiring minds of the London school of economics realize that the old ways are not working, that something is very wrong. They can't get jobs the way their parents could just a generation earlier. They are now propelled through both self-interest as well as the normal idealism of young adults to start looking outside the box of their traditional training for something that will work. This is a great force. This is wonderfully encouraging. Now more than ever before I am convinced that our reforms are inevitable, and in the relatively near future. The truth of the manipulation of our money-supply can no longer be hidden. This fresh young faces will supply enough energy to finally break humanity free from the enslaving shackles of the debt-money system. That's all. Any Questions?
10 titles.