Read the full text of The Life of Timon of Athens Act 3 Scene 2 with a side-by-side translation HERE.
Lucius and a couple of strangers are kickin' it when the topic of Timon comes up. It's going around the rumor mill that Timon needs money, and his friends are refusing him.
The men all agree that it sucks. How come no one is helping a friend out? Lucius says he's horrified that his fellow noblemen are snubbing poor Timon.
Who should enter at that very moment but Servilius, Timon's servant: he's come to find Lucius.
Lucius, too, misreads the signs: he thinks Timon has sent another gift basket his way.
Nope, says Servilius. Timon needs Lucius's help.
Aw, shucks. That's too bad, replies Lucius, because he can't actually give any money away at the moment.
Once Servilius leaves, Lucius tells the other men that Timon is finished. He's spent (pun intended).
Lucius exits and gives the two strangers an opportunity to discuss the dramatic turn of events. The strangers are hyper-critical of these men Timon called his friends. They can't believe that all of them are turning him down.
One of the strangers points out that for those men, self-interest comes before their consciences.