The three bears put their point of view with evidence to Judge Jenny to try to persuade her that they are right. Goldilocks defends her actions and Judge Jenny sums up so that the audience can discuss and decide.
This would be useful in the classroom when studying traditional tales. Watch Judge Jenny to remind children of the story. Then ask children to re-tell the story of Goldilocks in the first person from Goldilocks' point of view, explaining why she ate the porridge and slept in baby bears' bed.