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Jimmy Fallon on his latest hand injury: 'I'm so used to going to hospitals now'

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Just as his left hand cast was becoming commonplace in late night, Jimmy Fallon managed to injure his right hand this past weekend while being honored with the Harvard Lampoon’s Elmer Award.

The host explained on Monday night’s episode of The Tonight Show that on the night following his induction into the Lampoon, he wanted to jokingly give the Harvard band an award – a bottle of Jägermeister.

“So somebody gives me a bottle of Jägermeister,” Fallon said. “Apparently some girl was going to kneel down and give me a flower or something. So she knelt down. I didn’t see her.” Fallon then imitated his fall and said he threw the bottle as he fell and landed on broken glass.

Fallon was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital to see if there was any remaining glass in his hand and walked away with two band aids on his right hand.

“I’m so used to going to hospitals now. It’s kind of fun,” Fallon said.

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Watch the clip below to see Fallon show a video of his daughter, Francis, refusing to say “yes” after her father came home from the hospital.