The earth shook again in Los Angeles Thursday morning, but KNBC-TV early morning anchor Kent Shocknek wasn't shaken this time around.
Oct. 1 when a 5.9 temblor hit at 7:42 a.m., Shocknek and weatherman Christopher Nance stayed on the air, but took cover under their desk--and took some heat for it.
"Well, here we go again," the now-unflappable Shocknek said on the air at 7:25 a.m. Thursday as the 5.0 aftershock rolled through the Southland. "Southern California is having an earthquake as you are watching this. Why do I always get these stories? Let the record reflect that neither (KNBC traffic reporter) Paul Johnson (in another studio) nor Kent Shocknek dove under the desk in Southern California's latest earthquake."
Afterward, in an interview, Shocknek wondered about the whole thing. "What are the odds of that happening? I don't know," he said. "I wish I could hit odds like that in Las Vegas.