Sure, the diagram tells us that someone is in a submissive posture. Key words in the stem are "recent," and "Friday." What are the two nonsense answers?
A and D are nonsense. If it's recent, it can't be George Washington. If it's a teenager, it isn't going to be a dog. That leaves us with B, C, and E. Does it look like someone is polishing shoes? No. That leaves C and E. E looks good since he is on the floor and the other person is pointing. However, there is an important piece of information in the stem that helps us. What is it?
It is "Friday." On the test, they give you tidbits like this to help you pick between "better" and "best." Since it's Friday, is that more related to car keys or contact lenses? Sure, it is car keys.
I have seen lots of students pick E.
Words of "Wiz-dom"—The test writer gets to decide the "best" answer and in this case he liked "C." There is no use in arguing with him. Learn to think like him!
As you go through the course, you'll be spending a lot of time with this general structure. My job is to teach you to recognize nonsense answers and to distinguish between attractive answers. Your job is to practice. After all, we're talking about skills here. Certainly great athletes and musicians didn't get to be so skillful without effort. They listened to their coaches and practiced. With practice, much can be achieved. Einstein even failed algebra!