Judah Friedlander has some time on his hands now that "30 Rock" is over, but he's keeping busy by touring the country doing stand-up and supporting low-paid fast food employees.
"I'm with all the McDonald's employees, man, and all the fast food workers, 100 percent," Friedlander said.
But his support isn't just verbal. He took it a step further and offered up a little something special for the struggling workers.
"I'm doing shows this weekend in Rochester. If you tweet at me and show proof that you're a fast food employee, I'll get you some free tickets to the shows," he said.
Friedlander is performing at The Comedy Club at Daisy Duke's in Rochester on Aug. 1, 2 and 3, and fast food workers interested in scoring a free seat at the show can tweet the comedian @JudahWorldChamp.
When the host expressed doubt that Friedlander would actually follow through with his benevolent offer, he made it clear he wasn't kidding.
"I just said it. Are you calling me a liar? I just said it, right here," he said.
Watch the full interview with Judah Friedlander at HuffPost Live HERE.