Athough it is revealed that Craig is faking his condition, his character did have an accident that would take place between 1998 and 2005. According to the producers, he and Jenna would have been in a car crash caused by her. Craig would be driving and Jenna would try to apprach him sexually. The accident would happen because he would get distracted when pushing Jenna away. This would also be the reason why Jenna is angry at Craig at the "Present Day" plot.
After the show's cancellation, the producers revealed that the reason Craig is faking his health problem and still using a wheelchair is because his father believed it would help his political career.
After months of speculations on Samantha's killer, it is revealed that both suspects would have turned out to be guilty.
According to the producers, if Amy had been the killer, Samantha's death would have turned out to be an accident.
According to Peter Liguori's, from FOX, this is why Reunion was cancelled and how things were meant to turn out: "Reunion was particularly cumbersome in terms of trying to provide an ending for the audience. How [creator] Jon [Harmon Feldman] was laying out the show to gap those additional 14, 15, 16 years was an incredibly complex path. There were a number of options, and he didn't make a definitive decision on which option he was going to go with as to who the killer was, and there was just no way to accelerate that time. We put these shows on with every good intention to end them, but eventually, the audience votes. We discussed a number of options, and the best guess at that particular time was that it was going to be Sam's daughter that was actually the killer."
The original plan was for the killer to be Sam's daughter; however, the 11th-hour change was that the killer would be Craig's father.He felt Craig's political career would take off with her out of the picture.
Amy would have been 20 by the time of Samantha's murder. He other child, Henry would have been 16.
When the show was cancelled, the producers revealed Samantha's murderer's identity was leaning towards her abandoned daughter, Amy.
Samantha's murderer would have been revealed in this episode.
This episode would have been the series' finale if it hadn't been cancelled by FOX in December 2005.
Craig is the only one of the five surviving friends to appear in the Present Day.
Detective Marjorino uncovers Henry because of the DNA on some cigarette butts he finds in the ashtray of the Mercedes. This happens because Craig was not aware that his son smokes so, when he got the car cleaned, he did not bother to check the ashtray.
Although it was never aired in the U.S., this was the last episode aired on Latin America (Mexico, Brazil and Argentina among others) through the Warner Channel Latin America
This was the last episode of Reunion to be produced.
Despite the fact that Pascale has abandoned them for an entire year, the girls Chloe and Noelle still choose the mother over Aaron.
Will gets his heart broken once again: Katherine Clark leaves him after Craig tells her that her father never blessed their marriage.
1997 is the last time Craig and Sam are seen together as a couple. It is not revealed which of them will hold Henry's custody.
Will, Aaron and Craig receive blackmail notes. Will receives the threat, Aaron receives the location and Craig receives the value.
Despite the fact that he is holding a grudge against his friend Will, Craig still defends him to Congressman Clark when he doubts Will's credibility.
Brad's wife confronts Jenna in the hotel room in this episode, holding a picture of her son. This causes Jenna to have her first conscience crisis on the entire show.