Every week she got pregnant.
Clearly not ready for this type of answer, Kotb reacted with a laugh and a simple, "Okay".
"We just gotta stay safe", he added. "And she'll do anything to save her grandfather's life - and I mean anything!"
Clearly uncomfortable with the topic, Kotb remarked Morgan, who shares six-year-old daughter Maven with Megan, was a "creative one" as she steered the conversation to his mansion in New Jersey, where he has his own aquarium. Kotb pushed, attempting to get the interview back on track. Hoda's expression after hearing, one of pure confusion, was also that of anyone who just heard what came out of the 30 Rock star's mouth.
"I'm going to get all my pets tested", he said. "I just bought a 600-pound Silverback gorilla-I'm going to take him down to New York Presbyterian and get him tested".
Kotb was clearly confused, but Morgan insisted he was being "for real".
"I'm for real", he clarified. 'This is real stuff'.
He also said that a woman pulled up next to him while driving and lectured him for not wearing a mask or gloves.
What do you say?
On a serious note, Morgan, that famously endured a 2014 crash, had strong words for health care employees.
Jokes aside, Morgan became serious when discussing healthcare workers, as he spent an extensive amount of time in the hospital following the 2014 fatal vehicle accident that took the life of his friend James McNair.
Morgan, who was filming from his home for the segment, explained how he's been spending time with his wife in insolation - and they're not filling the hours with board games and Tiger King marathons. "They're fighting the frontlines, I love them". The anchor kicked off their meeting by requesting the comic exactly what life is like being in the home with his family throughout the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
"I spent a lot of time in the hospital", he said. I know what goes on in there ... People want to criticize the president, but imagine being president of a country and have your country got sick.