Collet is still at Teabing's Chateau sifting through evidence.
It's all so strange, and seemingly disconnected. Collet wonders if they'll ever make sense of it.
He speaks with the chief PTS examiner to ascertain whether he's found anything important.
The guy "bags n' tags" anything peculiar—which in this case includes a photo of a Gothic cathedral with Teabing's notes comparing it to a woman's anatomy…along with a document mysteriously titled "Les Dossiers Secrets – Number 4° lm1 249."
This document is a list of the Grand Masters of the Prieuré de Sion, going up to a man named Jean Cocteau, whose reign (apparently) lasted from 1918-1963.
Collet can't really make sense of it all.
He gets interrupted by a call from Monsieur Vernet, who's anxiously awaiting a call from Fache.
When Vernet learns Collet's name, he politely hangs up.
Now Collet thinks Vernet is involved in this whole thing, so he calls Interpol and requests every shred of info they've got on his man Vernet.