The Morning Watch: 50 Years Of 'Sesame Street' Memories, Stuntmen React To 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch as the beloved characters from the Children's Television Workshop look back on 50 years of memories on Sesame Street before the show's big anniversary celebration. Plus, watch as real stuntmen react to action sequences from Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and others, and check out Benedict Cumberbatch going undercover on the internet to address questions and comments about himself.

The 50th anniversary celebration of Sesame Street is coming up, and in honor of the show's milestone, the beloved Muppets from the long-running children's television show were asked to talk about their favorite memories. Bert & Ernie, Big Bird, Grover, Cookie Monster, Elmo, and many more are all here to reflect on 50 years of teaching children and giving them joy.

Next up, this edition of stuntmen react from Corridor Crew doesn't actually features any professional stunt people. Instead, action designer Chris Cowan talks about crafting action sequences and creating stunts for movies like Solo: A Star Wars Story, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and more. They also talk about the awful action of The Bourne Supremacy.

Finally, in honor of The Current War finally hitting theaters, Benedict Cumberbatch went undercover online (via GQ) to responds to real comments and questions on Twitter, Quora, Wikipedia and more. Find out why British actors take so many American character roles, listen to a true story about one of his IMDb trivia bits, and more.