Jimmy Fallon Explains Hurting His Hand at Harvard

'Welcome to the Tonight Show, I'm your host Trippy Fallon.'

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0353 -- Pictured: (l-r) Singer Adam Levine, singer Gwen Stefani, host Jimmy Fallon, singer Blake Shelton, and singer Pharrell Williams play Spin the Microphone with The Voice Coaches on October 26, 2015 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC)

Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, and Pharrell Williams joined Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show. Photo by Douglas Gorenstein / NBC

Jimmy Fallon made his return to the Tonight Show on Monday night following a pretty painful weekend in Cambridge.

While being honored by the Harvard Lampoon with the prestigious Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor on Saturday, the late-night host was forced to make a trip to Massachusetts General Hospital when he injured his right hand during the festivities.

“Welcome to the Tonight Show, I’m your host Trippy Fallon,” the comedian joked during his opening monologue. “Even when I get into Harvard, I embarrass my parents.”

Fallon later explained that he wanted to thank the musical performers at the event by giving them a bottle of Jagermeister. However, he ended up breaking the gift after bumping into a girl who was kneeling on the ground, which caused him to fall and cut his hand on the broken glass.

“I threw the bottle and then I just landed on broken glass and there’s pools of blood everywhere,” Fallon said as he reenacted the incident. “The EMT said, ‘you should probably go to the hospital,’ so I went to the hospital. I’m so used to going to hospitals now.”

Poor Jimmy.

From Cambridge police to all of the event organizers, the comedian made sure to thank everyone who helped out at the ceremony on Monday’s episode.

“Thank you to the Lampoon, the Harvard band, the Belmont High School marching band, the Crimson dance team… and everyone over there, I had the best time,” Fallon said.

Check out Fallon’s hand injury explanation in the video below.

The Tonight Show host will return to Boston on November 7 when he joins fellow comedians Denis Leary, Louis C.K., and more stars at the “Comics Come Home” charity event at the TD Garden.