By now, we probably would have seen "Star Wars: Episode II--Attack Of The Clones" on pay-per-view by now. But it appears more and more that the latest Star Wars prequel will bypass premium cable and go straight to broadcast television, which almost certainly guarantees its exclusive worth to the pay-cable community worthless. This is nothing new, unfortunately. As discussed before, many recent Disney animated movies have bypassed premium cable for broadcast television--this all will change soon as Starz/Encore has taken over the pay-cable rights to Disney animated films (beginning with "Monsters, Inc."). Question, by the way--doesn't the broadcast networks get a fee from Starz whenever a film Starz has aired makes its broadcast premiere on a network?