12 Jeopardy! Clues December 18, 2017

Here are 8 triple stumpers from the 12-18-2017 Jeopardy! match.

SPORT’S STUFF ($1000) The pocket, 5-step approach, hook

THE PERKS OF BEING A WILDFLOWER ($800) Just being so beautiful, like a field of California these
$800 Wildflowers clue (Jeopardy! 12-18-17)

($1000) Inspiring poets like this romantic whose heart filled with pleasure at the sight of daffodils

MISCELLANY ($1000) Launched in 1973, this first U.S. space station fell from orbit & broke apart 6 years later

GDANSK ($600) Hitler demanded the cession of Gdansk & its shipyards but it was a free city due to this treaty, named for a French locale. Poland refused & the Nazis attacked, precipitating WWII

($1000) Born in Gdansk in 1927, he’s shown here next to his most famous character, Oskar, who’s playing the tin drum
$1000 Gdansk clue (Jeopardy! 12-18-17)

VICE PRESIDENTS ($2000) This 3-named VP for FDR who didn’t think much of the job, lived to be 98, the oldest ex-Veep ever
$2000 Vice Presidents clue (Jeopardy! 12-18-17)

CAMERAS ($1600) For centuries this “camera” was just a box with a pinhole, but in the early 1800s it began to record images

Contestant Ben Cosman got all these clues in “PHILIP K. DICK”:

($400) Dick was a giant of this literary genre he said must have “a fictitious world… predicated on our known society”

($800) “Do androids dream of electric sheep,” about a bounty hunter policing robots, was the basis of this 1982 film

($1200) Both PKD & Ursula K. Le Guin were class of 1947 at the same high school in this university city near Oakland

($2000) This novel takes place in an alternate universe where the Axis won World War II

The $1600 clue was a Daily Double. You’ll find that and more on this match on Fikkle Fame’s full Daily Recap

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