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Jimmy Fallon on the wall at Union Oyster House

Besides landing that high-profile gig on “The Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon has scored some quality hardware here in Boston. The funnyman recently Instagrammed a picture of his shiny gold nameplate on the wall of fame at the Union Oyster House. No word on when it went up, but Fallon’s plaque is surrounded by an interesting assortment of celebs, including Elliott Gould, Jennifer Lopez, Crystal Gayle, Helen Hayes, and William Shatner.

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