Jimmy Fallon Takes in the Rodeo, Ninfa's

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Late night host Jimmy Fallon breezed into town over the weekend to take in a Questlove show, film some segments at the rodeo and eat at the original Ninfa's.

What should we expect Monday night? Here's another twittered photo:

Fallon played the "Know Your Napkins" game at Ninfa's.

He's obviously gotten some better information on Houston cuisine than when he visited for the Super Bowl, when he asked Hair Balls what Houston was known for, guessing it was chili or something.

Before Hair Balls could answer, some dude next to him suggested Taste of Texas, and we threw up our hands.

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