|First appearance||Roswell that Ends Well|
|Voiced by||Billy West|
- "Ever get the feeling that you're only going with girls 'cause you're supposed to?"
- ―Enos to Fry[source]
Enos Fry worked at an army base in 1947 in Roswell and was engaged to Fry's grandmother Mildred. It is assumed that Mildred took Enos's surname following his death in a nuclear explosion. His body was vaporized ensuring that, in Fry's words, he "wouldn't come back as a zombie". Prior to traveling back in time, Fry believed that Enos was his grandfather. After Enos died, Fry slept with his grandmother, thereby making him his own grandfather.
Enos shows signs that he is possibly gay or bi-curious. He says "Ever get the feeling that you're only going with girls 'cause you're supposed to?". He also stares at the August portion of a 1947 pin-up calendar, which has the portrait of a shirtless, well-muscled cowboy.