Today's cuppa: PG Tips tea (that's British, BTW)
But first, we talked about a contestant in the other show where Morgan is a talent judge, ITV's "Britain's Got Talent."
Asked what he thought about that, Morgan said, "I think the president made a very sensible decision. You can always have a press conference with the president, but how many times is Susan Boyle going to be on 'America's Got Talent'?
"It showed, yet again, the extraordinary power of the Susan Boyle phenomenon. I can't think of anyone else that would have caused that situation to have happened, but it shows me that Susan has a very special place in the American public's hearts and psyche, and that they cannot get enough of her.
"NBC looked at it and said, 'You know what, America wants to see Susan.'"
Boyle had a rough patch right after coming in second on "BGT," requiring a retreat paid for by "BGT" judge and executive producer Simon Cowell, who's now got Boyle under contract.
"Simon does have a heart," Morgan said. "You have to dig deep, but it's there, lurking."
"She looked great in Harper's Bazaar. She had a bit of a meltdown in the show, at the time, but as I said at the time, she's fine. It's just all the attention was getting to her, tiring her out.
"Once she had a chance to get away, relax, get her head straight again, she's what she was before, a bright, feisty lady."
And, she's a lady who just may have brought a hint of a tear to the eye of Cowell, who's an off-camera producer on "AGT" but is famous for his sharp critiques on Fox's "American Idol."
"I think he probably just got something stuck in his eye," Morgan quipped. "It's probably one of those allergic reations to Botox."
On this side of the pond, the biggest YouTube sensation so far to come out of this year's "AGT" competition is country-singing chicken-catcher Kevin Skinner, who made a big splash with his surprising audition.
"The chicken hunter's the only one who's had more than a million hits on YouTube," Morgan said. "Kevin was the star of the show last week, I thought, and he won half the vote. He sang another Garth Brooks song."
But it wasn't a perfect performance, according to Morgan.
"What you saw with Kevin last week — he was hit by nerves. That's what you get at this stage in the competition. When it goes live, they get nervous.
"He did brilliant to hold it together, but it wasn't his best performance. What I like best about the structure of the show this year, we're going to see him sing again and again. There'll be a few more performances from him.
"He's got a sweet, innocent, lovely way of performing, which has really captured people's imaginations. He's not trying to be anyone. He just does his thing. It's like he's in the bar, and he's got his guitar out, and he's just singing. He's got a sweet voice, and I think he's got a great chance of winning."
If you saw last night's show, you know there were some standout performances — such as Paradizo Dance, Voices of Glory, Charles DeWayne, the Fab Five (who had one less jet of flame around them than intended) and the Texas Tenors — and a few more that got buzzed (and that buzzer is LOUD live).
Prior to last night's show, the previous week had bummed Morgan out the most.
"The return of the seven-foot, yodeling dominatrix," he said, "who came back as a five-foot-five Lucille Ball lookalike. That was one of the most shocking and disappointing things I have ever seen in my life.
Seemed to me last night that Morgan was equally dismayed to see Alizma, the fiddle-playing trio of blondes, transformed into go-go-booted quasi-strippers. I know I was.
Regarding whether Susan Boyle will ever actually sing on "America's Got Talent," Morgan said, "We'll have to see. Simon will decide. He's the boss."
Then asked if he's a better judge than he used to be, Morgan emphatically answered, "Yes."
But as to whether he's a better judge than Cowell, Morgan said, "Am I a better judge than Simon? No one's a better judge than Simon. Is that a diplomatic answer? We all bow at His Lordship's feet.
"I've learned a lot from Simon, actually. When I do the 'Britain's Got Talent' show, I learn a lot from him on how you should judge these things, because you can be brutal, as long as you're being brutally honest and critiquing the performance. When you get too gratuitous about people's appearance or stuff like that, you're missing the point."