Jimmy Fallon Falls, Hurts Hand at Harvard Lampoon Ceremony

The comedian was sent to Massachusetts General Hospital after tripping with a bottle of Jaegermeister.

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0158 -- Pictured: Host Jimmy Fallon during "Thanks You Notes" on November 7, 2014 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC)

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Jimmy Fallon had a rough day in Cambridge on Saturday.

The Tonight Show host was in town to receive the Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor from the Harvard Lampoon and accidentally hurt his right hand during the celebration.

According to People, Fallon made a quick trip to Massachusetts General Hospital after taking a tumble while holding a bottle of Jaegermeister.

A fan at the celebration was able to film Fallon’s unfortunate spill and posted the clip on Instagram on Saturday.

Jimmy Fallin folks! #jimmyfallon #latenightwithjimmyfallon #harvard

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Judging by the comedian’s recent post on Instagram, he seems to be doing pretty well.

Nothing that a few band aids couldn’t fix.

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Fallon nearly lost a finger when he injured his left hand during an awful fall in June. Thankfully his latest injury wasn’t that severe, as the late-night host was spotted back at the party with his hand all bandaged up.

Prior to the mishap, Fallon was paraded around Cambridge in a chariot before receiving his award from the Lampoon.

Ran into @jimmyfallon at Harvard today

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People also reports that the comedian stopped by Harvard Square’s Hong Kong Restaurant. Not only did Fallon snap photos with fans, but he apparently drank Scorpion Bowls with a few students as well.

The late-night host is scheduled to return to Boston in November for the “Comics Come Home” charity event at the TD Garden. Fingers crossed that his next trip to the city will be injury free.