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  • On the second hour Good Things Utah this morning – During last weekend’s episode, SNL cast members Kate McKinnon, Bowen Yang, Ego Nwodim, Beck Bennett, and more imagine a world where “Pelotaunt” instructors try to humiliate and, by default, motivate exercise bike users. “I feel mentally broken down, but hey, I can see my abs,” Bennett quips. We’ll show you what is making all of us laugh!
  • Plus, on this Fat Tuesday AND National Pancake Day, Brian tells us why it’s tradition to eat the breakfast food on this day. For the answer we have to go back in history…
  • And the pandemic has taken a toll on many peoples’ mental health. Given the fear of the virus and the government restrictions on movement many may understandably be feeling more lonely, anxious, and depressed than usual. The World Health Organization (WHO) has even issued guidance on how people can look after their mental health during this difficult time. Key advice includes trying to keep a regular pattern of eating, sleeping, hygiene and exercise. But a less obvious recommendation is to make sure you’re still finding time to do the things you enjoy. In fact, research shows that having a hobby is linked to lower levels of depression – and may even prevent depression for some!
  • And we end the show with the TikTok challenge that is a battle of the sexes! Why can the ladies easily do this trick but Brian can not? You have to watch and find out! Hope you join us for a fun Tuesday on the second hour of GTU.
Nicea DeGering
Nicea loves morning television in Utah! A self-proclaimed “night person,“ she has been getting up and hopping onto the Good Things Utah set for over a decade now.

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