I made this up ... Good evening, I am news anchor Master-Fett and this is co-anchor Sandy. Tonight, we go inside a story that is new, yet somewhat old. 1999, a year of many blockbuster films was the year that many Star Wars fan had waited for, the return of Star Wars. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, opened in may 1999 not only adding to the count of Star Wars fans, but also to the count of Star Wars collectors. But that is not what we are talking about tonight. That's right Master-Fett, tonight we find out what happened to all those TPM action figures. After the craze, prices plummeted and too many figures were left behind. Kids sold them, threw them away, and sadly ran them through their lawn mowers. Hey, isnt that what you did MF ? I WAS 10, GET OVER IT ! Several Queen Padme dolls have snuck thier way into Barbie lines but otherwise , there was nothing to find. We tracked down a Captin Tarpals ... " thosea kiddies just nosa likin us anymore. all theysa carin bout isa thosies action featies and metal sabies witha movable baldeies". so thats all that there is, TPM toys are gone, who knows when we will next see them.