The Queen is taking a bath. You might think that since she's so into her appearance right now that it must mean she's back in the sack with Lancelot, but you would be wrong.
We learn that Guenever is childless, and will always be childless, and she goes a bit crazy later in life because of this.
Arthur's got two illegitimate kids running around (including Mordred), and Lancelot had Galahad. It's really Guenever who should have had kids. She'd make a great mother.
Later on, Guenever will become kind of unpopular, and she'll be accused of poisoning a knight.
For now, though, she's busy in the bathtub.
Lancelot, however, is thinking he's going to be able to keep his newfound chastity, and stay true to his penance. He's wondering how he'll be able to resist Guenever, though.
In a previous conversation, Lancelot told her that there's no way they can go back to how they were behaving, not after the whole Grail Quest thing. Because, check it out: if it weren't for their adultery, he'd have achieved the Grail. Way to blame the woman in a roundabout way there, Lancelot.
Also, those Orkney boys are making evil eyes at them, and if they start seeing each other again, something bad is sure to happen.
Plus, it would just not be fair to his bestie, Arthur.
Did we mention because of God? He's also quite concerned about that.
He tries to convert her to his way of thinking. If they both become Godly, he won't have to be separated from her.
Guen thinks about all this as she's finishing up her bath.