In her bedchamber, Lancelot and Guenever talk about a possible plot to catch them—which neither believe.
But, Guen recognizes, what if Arthur was forced to participate? After all, he's got a fine sense of justice.
Lancelot reminisces about how England was before Arthur started spreading his new ideas about Might, sort of like a Johnny Appleseed, but sprinkling around ideas on chivalry instead of apple seeds.
Talk turns to the three best knights: Lancelot, Tristram, and Lamorak. And Lancelot is the only one still alive.
Hmmm... and Agravaine hates all three of these guys. And two are dead.
Suddenly, Guen tells Lance that she now believes Gareth's warning, and those G-men are going to try to catch them. Tonight. Now.
At that point, they see the door handle moving. Someone's trying to get in.
It's Agravaine, and he demands that they open the door in the name of the King. There's many guys out in the hallway, and they're making a dreadful racket, calling Lancelot a "Traitor Knight" and telling him to come out of the Queen's bedroom.
Too bad Lancelot's without armor.
Lance tells Guen that if he's killed, to go to Sir Bors and his family. They'll take care of her.
After protecting his arms with his black cloak, Lancelot opens the door a smidge, and a one-armed knight falls in.
Lance makes quick work of him, and Guen helps get him into the dead guy's armor.
Before he walks out the door to confront his accusers, they kiss and exchange rings.
First, Lancelot tries to reason with the knights, letting them know he'll be back the next day to face Arthur and the accusations.
Not a chance, Mordred tells him. We could just kill you if we wanted to.