It was a regular afternoon at Shakespeare Kindergarten. Romeo and Tybalt were playing with blocks, Benvolio and Juliet were jumping around, and Tybalt's friends were playing with train tracks. Teacher Escalus was content with his class.
Suddenly, the blocks Tybalt and Romeo were playing with collapsed. One of Tybalt's friends sided with him, blaming Romeo for the accident. Juliet and Benvolio analyzed the situation, realizing that neither of them were at fault.
What is it Benvolio?
I can explain what happened... Tybalt and Romeo were playing with the blocks, then the blocks just fell on their own...
Don't blame Romeo for something he didn't do...
Teacher Escalus heard the complaints, believing the kid, he got angry at Romeo and sent him to timeout. Romeo and his friends tried reasoning with Escalus but that only made him angrier.
Benvolio, Juliet, why should I believe you? You're Romeo's friends, of course you're going to side with Romeo.
Tybalt and his friends start laughing at Romeo, finding amusement in the pain they made Romeo feel. Juliet and Benvolio were worried for Romeo. Knowing that he didn't do anything wrong, they decided to reason with Teacher Escalus.
They went up to Escalus, beginning to explain the situation in their perspective. By this time, Tybalt and his friends had gone back to playing, not caring for the trouble they had caused Romeo.
Teacher Escalus didn't believe what the two had told him, saying they were biased because they're Romeo's friends. Soon after the commotion, Romeo's period in timeout was over, and because it's kindergarten, everyone forgot about what had happened soon after. The class went back to playing with the toys and Teacher Escalus was content with his class once again.