08/01/2013 01:23 pm ET Updated Aug 01, 2013

Comedian Judah Friedlander Offers Fast Food Workers Free Tickets To His Show (VIDEO)

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.

During a chat with HuffPost Live's Josh Zepps, Friedlander expressed his support for food industry workers who are protesting their low wages.

"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.



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