Think you know everything about the Biggie and Tupac investigations? Think again! Every week, we're bringing you interesting -- and possibly stunning -- facts from Unsolved's three historic timelines. Did you know...
1. At a pre-trial hearing in connection with the wrongful death lawsuit filed against the City of Los Angeles by Biggie's estate, a judge determined that Biggie's lifetime earnings could have reached $500 million.
2. On May 1, 2006, LAPD Detective Greg Kading was asked to join a task force charged with reopening the Biggie Smalls murder investigation.
3. LAPD Officer Kevin Gaines was shot and killed by fellow LAPD Officer Frank Lyga during a road rage incident on March 18th, 1997. Russell Poole recovered a security tape that helped substantiate Lyga’s version of events.
4. LAPD Officer Kevin Gaines really was dating Suge Knight's estranged wife, Sharitha, and driving an SUV registered to her at the time of his death. A “Death Row’s Greatest Hits” CD was in his car when he was shot.
5. According to at least one witness on the night Biggie was killed, Duane "Keefe D" Davis was seen talking to Biggie at Bad Boy's table.
6. Biggie's last words shortly before he was killed were reportedly, "We'll see you at the next party."
7. The two composite drawings of Biggie's killer shown in Unsolved are the actual drawings from the case files. They were created with input from both Biggie's driver and his close friend, Lil Cease, who were the closest witnesses to the shooting.
8. While Bad Boy's entourage were loading up to leave the Petersen Automotive Museum parking garage, their security detail spotted two suspicious men: One was in a striped pullover shirt, and the other was in a suit and bow tie.
9. The home videos taken inside and outside of the Vibe party that are shown in Unsolved are real. The one showing Bad Boy's entourage driving away was found by LAPD detectives after a tip to America's Most Wanted.
10. The how-Biggie-and-Tupac-met story in episode one is based on true events, right down to them running around Tupac’s backyard with unloaded guns.
11. This scene in Unsolved episode 2 where high school kids ran into Tupac on his way to Las Vegas was a real interaction.
12. Orlando Anderson and associates of Compton's Southside Crips allegedly attempted to grab the Death Row chain of Suge's friend, Trevon Lane.
13. Tupac's girlfriend at the time of his death was Kidada Jones, the daughter of Quincy Jones and sister of actress Rashida Jones. Kidada was in Las Vegas when Tupac was shot, but had stayed back at their hotel room that night.
14. At Tupac's request, Frank Alexander was driving the car belonging to Tupac's girlfriend, Kidada Jones, the night that Tupac was shot. Members of Tupac's back-up group, Outlaw Immortalz, were in the car with Alexander at the time of the shooting.
15. In 1997, Suge Knight was sentenced to nine years in prison for probation violation stemming from the fight with Orlando Anderson at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on the night Tupac was fatally shot. Knight would serve half of his sentence.
16. Tupac was shot in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996, and died from his wounds 6 days later at University Medical Center.
17. The last photo of Tupac was taken on the Las Vegas Strip, while he rode in the passenger seat next to Suge Knight, approximately a minute before he was shot.
18. Women in a convertible followed Suge Knight’s vehicle after spotting Tupac & Suge driving on The Strip. The women were at the intersection near them when Tupac was shot, and they nearly collided with the shooter's car as it fled the scene.
19. A Las Vegas bike cop claims he helped pull a wounded Tupac out of Suge Knight's car, and that Tupac's last words to him were "F*ck you."
20. Unsolved recreated the Tupac shooting at the exact location in Las Vegas where it occurred in real life.
21. Episode 3 of Unsolved was directed by Ernest R. Dickerson, who also directed Tupac in his first starring role in the 1992 film, Juice.
22. On November 6, 1997, LAPD officer David Mack robbed an LA-area bank, making off with $722,000.
23. Mack owned a black Chevy Impala and had a poster of Tupac on the wall of his garage.
24. According to the case files, bank teller Errolyn Romero really did ask detectives "What if I can convince him to give the money back?" and identified David Mack by giving them Mack's LAPD business card.
25. Jailhouse informant Michael "Psycho Mike" Robinson claimed Biggie's shooter's name was either Abraham, Ashmir, Amir, Keeky, or Kenny. He also claimed that the shooter was an ex-Crip gang member.
26. Robinson also claimed to be a paranoid schizophrenic, and recanted his statements about Biggie's murder in 2005, saying that it was "hearsay.”
27. Russell Poole’s brother, Gary Poole, disappeared in 1996.