- Roger Dunbarton's final words before his death.Roger Dunbarton is the CEO of Mohican Airways and Frank's (former) boss. He is extremely rich and has a trophy wife named Brandy (who was mistaken by the airline employees as his daughter). He is voiced by Gary Cole.
Frank formally meets Dunbarton at the football game he takes Bill to. While there, Dunbarton seems to take a shine towards Frank, who earned his respect. He says he's sympathetic towards the union's plot, but is actually unfazed by it.
Eventually after solving the strike, Dunbarton was unimpressed with Frank's compassion and fired him on Christmas Eve. After firing Frank, Dunbarton brought in his nephew, former Minor League Baseball player Scoop Dunbarton, as Frank's replacement.
In the Season 2 finale "Landing The Plane", Dunbarton discovers that Frank was responsible for trying to rid the airport of his nephew. Dubarton then threatens to have him "rot in a dungeon" while his kids work at a Cambodian sweatshop to make him cheap clothing that he'll only wear once.
Dunbarton is a generally greedy, unsympathetic and duplicitous individual. For example, when Ed was killed he was more concerned with the cost of replacing the propeller that caused his death. He is rude and dismissive to those he considers beneath him, especially if he thinks they are not respecting his wife. Ironically though, he is rude to his wife too, such as when he yells at her not to buy a hot dog because she's getting fat. Dubarton is described as a "miserable prick" by Frank Murphy and Bob Pogo. Dunbarton also has little to no feelings of sympathy, as the heartfelt speech Frank gave on Christmas Eve was enough for Dunbarton to fire him, even though it ended the union strike.
In the Season 2 finale following the conclusion of the terrorist incident, Scoop is dancing around the tarmac when he accidentally steps on the suitcase containing the bomb previously mentioned by the terrorists. Scoop is obliterated immediately in the blast. It is later revealed to the viewer that the shock wave from the blast caused the laminated newspaper article Scoop was wearing as a necklace to become lodged in Dunbarton's throat. He bleeds out on the tarmac after removing it.