He probably will be busy with real life.
Recently read that this doctor has some very seedy hobbies concerning the Asian sex trade. If this is true (and it could have been floated by United's Damage Control Unit) it really has no bearing on his treatment by the airline, but's a little disappointing. Seems like our heroes keep proving to be something far less and our righteous victims may be leaving a trail of their own.
I can't recall who it was I heard say it, but the comment was made on TV that in 3 months time a consumer who finds a United flight for $100 cheaper than anyone else, isn't going to give this affair another thought.
Short term mess for the airline, but if they lose passengers they'll lower prices and turn things around.