Olmec: The greatest journalist of the 1890's was Henry Stanley, the top reporter for The New York Herald. He was sent to Africa to find Dr. Livingston, a famous explorer who was feared lost. Legend has it that Stanley worried over how to address Livingston.
Stanley: Hello, Doc?
Olmec: He asked himself, as he boarded a ship for Zanzibar.
Stanley: No, that's too casual.
Olmec: In Zanzibar, they said Livingston was in Unyanyembe, and Henry set off in the middle of the rainy season.
Stanley: Doctor, how do you do?
Olmec: He rehearsed, as he wrung out his rain-soaked khakis.
Stanley: Too stiff.
Olmec: In Unyanyembe, they told him Livingston was in Ujiji, and Henry plunged back into the jungle.
Stanley: Pleased to make your acquaintance, Doctor.
Olmec: He practiced as he wrestled with an attacking lion.
Stanley: Too formal.
Olmec: Finally, at Ujiji, he found the explorer.
Stanley: Dr. Livingston, I presume.
Olmec: He blurted out, coining a now-famous phrase.
Olmec: Said Dr. Livingston, and gave Henry his diary to prove they'd met. Your quest is to find The Diary of Dr. Livingston and bring it back here.
Kirk: All right, but where's The Diary?
Olmec: The Diary of Dr. Livingston can be found in The Shrine of the Silver Monkey.