'Deadliest Catch': No Cornelia Marie for king crab; quota halved

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"Deadliest Catch" may have hit home runs at the recent Creative Arts Emmys-- taking home four awards, including outstanding reality program -- but when it returns in 2012 on Discovery Channel for its eighth season, one player is going to be missing from the field.Much of the personal drama among the crab-fishing fleet on Alaska's Bering Sea in season seven came from the conflicts aboard the F/V Cornelia Marie, as part-owners and brothers Jake and Josh Harris tried to carry on the legend of their late father, Capt. Phil Harris.During the autumn king-crab season, there was a battle royal between the brothers and Capt. Derek Ray. Then in the winter, during opilio crab season, things were more harmonious with new Capt. Tony Lara, but the financial future of the boat -- and with it, the Harris legacy -- still remained in doubt.On Friday, Oct. 7, the fishing vessel's official Website put up a post called...


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