The Frair, on his way to extort money from a widow, encounters a Yeoman dressed in green. The two men befriend each other and swear brotherhood.
On the journey to the widows house, after swearing brotherhood the "Yeoman" reveals he is actually a demon that takes on many forms, not surprised at all the Summoner makes a vow with the demon to take whatever is offered to them and share it.
The two encounter a Carter who's horse won't move, the carter then damns the horse to hell,the summoner asks the demon why he hasn't damned it to hell, he responds with "It was not his true intention".
The widows house.
Claiming a false court summon, the Frair demands that the widow should give him a new pan in payment for an old debt, falsely claiming he paid a fine to get her off a charge of adultery. Incensed, the old woman damns the summoner to hell.
The old woman damns the frair to hell unless he repents of his false charges; the devil confirms her "entente"; as the Summoner does not have any inclination to repent, the demon takes his body and soul—to hell.