Jimmy Fallon had quite the weekend in Upstate New York earlier this month.

For those that missed it, Fallon surprised comedy audiences in Syracuse and Albany during the first weekend of March, joining comedian Nate Bargatze on-stage as part of Bargatze's Be Funny Tour.

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Fallon arrived in Syracuse on Friday, and performed a stand-up comedy set that night. He then traveled with Bargatze and Company on his tour bus Friday night, and spent the day in Albany on Saturday.

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Come to find out, Fallon is a graduate of The College of Saint Rose, and was eager to visit his alma mater before the school closes at the end of the academic year. Fallon was spotted both on campus at Saint Rose, and a frat party in Albany, all of which happened just hours before he performed in front of thousands at MVP Arena.

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The tale of Fallon's weekend in Albany got more insane with each passing hour, but for a while, we weren't actually able to see any of it. Our collective understanding of Fallon's trip to Albany came through Tik Tok videos, Instagram reels and cryptic tweets.

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That changed on March 15, 2024, when Bargatze's parent company, Nateland Entertainment, released an hour-long video documenting their weekend in Syracuse in Albany.

We watched the entire video (of course), and captured a few screenshots of the best moments from that willd weekend. Scroll below to check them out.

Click here to check out the full video on Nateland Entertainment's YouTube page.

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Jimmy Fallon joined Nate Bargatze's "Be Funny Tour" in Syracuse and Albany this month, and Bargatze's cameras captured the entire weekend.

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