The Hill brothers celebrate Pete's one year anniversary of almost dying in Afghanistan.
Randy and Pete partake in Sgt. Major Cody's Army Ranger trials.
Anticipating a visit by a General, Cody pushes Pete to maintain insanely high standards among the Rear D.
The Hill brothers are put to the test during a prank war.
The platoon is fooled into being test dummies.
The future haunts the Hill brothers.
Parade duty reveals sabotage by someone in the platoon.
Pete faces his ex, with whom he never broke up.
Pete's new attitude is tested.
Randy helps Derrick with matters of the heart.
Pete needs some space.
Randy questions his place in the Army.
The Hill brothers reunite and hijinks ensue.
A single-camera comedy about three brothers in the military, assigned to a small Florida Army base, and the group of misfits who surround them.
The cast of ENLISTED spends 3 days at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas to learn more about the characters they play on the new FOX comedy. But as the cast quickly learns, this is no “Hollywood” boot camp. From 5 A.M. wake up calls to sleeping in actual barracks, drills, obstacle courses, and surprise inspections, this was a real crash course on Army life and its core values.
Pete asks the guys to hide any contraband items, like their hot plate. Is Derrick supposed to heat his Pepper Pot Bisque in the microwave like an animal?
The guys of Enlisted are back in the FOX Lounge to share everything you didn’t need to know about them.
Pvt. Randy Hill tries to talk his partners child into cutting him some slack about being deployed.
Pete apologizes to the troops for acting like he's the only winner in a sea of losers.
Pete and Jill compete in an unorthodox series of challenges to determine who is the better soldier.
Angelique Cabral lets out a blood-curdling scream as Parker Young sneaks up on her at just the right moment.
One of the guys gets really drunk and is known as "train wreck."
Pete's new attitude is challenged.
There has been a lot of drama going on, and the girls decide to try and forget it and go pick up some men.
The Hill brothers serve on the Rear Detachment (Rear D) unit, comprised of the soldiers left behind when everyone else is deployed, because they're not quite good enough to be sent overseas, yet not bad enough to be kicked out of the Army. These are the men and women who mow lawns at the base, sort mail, wash tanks, find lost dogs and maybe engage in a war game or two. But the Rear D's main job is taking care of deployed soldiers' families. Whatever they need, the Rear D soldiers do. And, in the event that something happens to a soldier overseas, the Rear D troops break the news to the family and become a supportive shoulder to cry on. It's a job that shifts each moment from the thrilling to the mundane to the emotional and back again.
Rodney brings the guy into his "man cave" to brag about how awesome it it!
Pete admits to his team that he owes them an apology. He gives them an inspiring speech about being a whole unit.
Parker is at at it again!
Derrick asks out the bartender.
Sergeant Cody asks Derrick to take his official photograph.
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