Cock-A-Doodle Duel is an episode from the third season of Garfield and Friends.
When a new rooster moves onto the farm, Roy feels like no one wants him around anymore.
Roy is leaving the farm because he feels like he is not needed anymore. Orson tries in vain to talk Roy out of leaving. Orson then gives the back story of the situation.
Up until recently, Roy managed to keep up with his duties, such as waking everyone up and protecting the chickens from the weasel. This includes a song of Roy's status as the top rooster. One day, another rooster named Plato came onto the farm and the hens fell for him. Jealous of Plato's charm, Roy made multiple attempts at being superior to Plato, all of which failed.
Dejected and forlorn, Roy ended up leaving the farm. As he departs, he sings a sad version of his earlier song, conceding Plato as the better rooster. With Roy gone, the weasel sees this as an opportunity to steal the chickens. Orson informs Plato of the weasel's plot. Plato prefers to protect himself, not wanting to deal with the weasel.
Meanwhile, Wade bumps into Roy and warns him about the weasel. Roy disguises himself as a chicken inspector and charges the weasel high income on the chickens. The weasel gives up and gives them back. The hens go back to Roy, leaving Plato out. As he plans to look elsewhere for work, Wade wants him to stay since he seems to be more afraid than him.
- Roy is dressed like Elvis Presley in the song.