Povich, whose Maury is ending after 31 years, told Good Morning America that his most memorable moment in three decades was when he opened a paternity envelope and found that the father on stage was dad to one twin but not the other. "I say, 'You're the father of one, but not the other,' and I look at my staff and go, 'What?!'" he recalled. "And they said it's a million-to-one shot according to the scientists. With fraternal twins, if someone is pretty active over 24/48 hour period, you can have two fathers."