The manufacturer calls it a “puzzle within a puzzle”. At 550 pieces and a nice size for my coffee table (puzzles are for TV reruns, news, and other programs where sound is more important that picture), I’ve assembled this more than once.
Authors are cautioned not to use cliches — or at least very few.
So they can let the pent-up cliches flew free finding them in this scene.
My personal favorite is the fellow in the lower left corner.
Does a certain one catch your fancy?