Cartoon Voice

My voice in a cartoon on ABC's Nightline tonight? Yes! I'm the voice of Johnny, the young man trying to buy a home.

Nightline on ABC tonight at 11:30PM - June 30th.


Southern tour!

I'm going on a mini tour with some great comedians. If you have friends in or near these towns tell 'em to come see us...

via goldich.blogspot.com
Great news everybody...the details of the Stuckey and Murray Family Reunion Tour have been finalized. It's a great show, featuring myself (Matt Goldich) as well as Jon Friedman (creator of the Rejection Show), Andrew Goldstein (my former camp co-counselor (Goldich) and a writer for MTV's "Boiling Points"), and, of course, the sensational musical comedy duo Stuckey and Murray. If you or anyone you know is going to be in Birmingham, Nashville, or Atlanta this summer, please come check us out - it's going to be a lot of fun. Here are the details:

Thursday, July 14, 2005
3rd and Lindsley
818 3rd Avenue South
Nashville, TN
9:30 pm

Friday, July 15, 2005
500 23rd Street
Birmingham, AL
Doors: 8 pm, Show: 9 pm
$10 advance, $12 day of show

Saturday, July 16, 2005
The Brandyhouse 4365 Roswell Rd. N.E.
Atlanta, GA
Doors: 9 pm, Show: 10 pm


I'm having trouble updating the tremendousrabbit.com website. Should be able to update the site soon.



Dear Web Designer,

I want to let you know that I think the websites that you design are really cool looking. The work you’ve done on my site is great. Really it is. I love the colors and the layout. You know I’ve been excited about its official launch for a long time.

I want to tell you something. Since you’ve started designing my site I met someone else. I didn’t mean for anything to happen between us but things kind of escalated. We had a few talks about hosting fees. He knows Flash. It just kind of happened. I didn’t even know he designed websites when I first met him. It was at a fundraiser event. After the evening, I logged on to the event's Website to see the next month’s activities. I’ve been to a lot of Websites since you first started designing mine but this one made me feel -- different. It was so easy to navigate. I started logging on to it a lot. It had a message board. The updates were almost daily and I found myself wondering what it would be like to have updates as soon as I needed them. When I found out that it was he who designed that site I started to feel confused. I really like the work you’ve done so far but it’s been taking too long. I know I said that it didn’t matter how long it took and I can work around your schedule but my needs have changed. The amount of information that I need on my site has advanced faster than I thought could happen.

I’ll never forget when you showed me that first mock up. It was exciting and new. But I haven’t felt that excitement for a long time. Designing a site for someone is more than just plugging in text when you have the time. Don’t take this the wrong way but --I don’t think you can keep up with me. This is not your fault. I’m not used to having a web designer in my life. I told you that I need someone who won’t make me feel bad about asking for sudden updates. I think this new guy can do this for me and I want to try with him. He doesn’t yet know because I wanted to tell you first. I hope you respect that. I’m going to send him my FTP information tomorrow.

I know that there’s a great client out there for you. Whoever that lucky person is will have a terrific site with nice splash pages. I never meant for it to happen this way. I hope I can still add you as a link. If it’s too weird I’ll understand.



An excited man I am!

I'm really looking forward to tonight's Rejection Show.

Come bring your heated faces into the refreshing AIR CONDITIONED breeze of rejection!

The Rejection Show SEASON FINALE tonight at 8!

Featuring the rejection of:


& SPECIAL GUEST ANDY HORWITZ (Blog Party candidate for Mayor of NYC)

and more rejection surprises and fun!

Join us after the show for drinks at CHEAP SHOTS (140 1st AVE.)

Tickets available at the box office. Still only $7!
Advance tickets available here:

JUNE 15, 2005
AT Performance Space 122
150 1st. Ave @ 9th St.

"Rejection can be hilarious -- especially when it's someone else's. But the Rejection Show is not just your chance to laugh at the misfortune of others. It's the best of the rest, so to speak; a showcase of comedians turned down by Conan O'Brien, rejected television writers, and cartoonists who find more SASEs in their mailboxes than checks. Comedian/writer/producer/t-shirt designer Jon Friedman hosts the monthly show at P.S. 122, which began two years ago at The Tank and has since gathered a cult following. But although the guests have been rejected, they aren't rejects. They are cartoonists for The New Yorker, writers for Comedy Central and working actors. Oftentimes material is turned down because it's too weird or too risque -- not necessarily because the work is poor. Considering what's on TV these days, an artist could take a rejection a complement -- and a ticket to be featured in this underground show. -- Dan Glass"

Check out "Confessions of a Rejected Man" at Paper Magazine

Love ya lots,
Jon Friedman


Sunday night!



Wish You Were Here
Juvie Hall at the Gene Frankel Theater
24 Bond Street (bet. Lafayette and Bowery)
June 9th
9:30 PM


Comedy vs. Poetry tonight 6/7

From Gothamist:

Gothamist went to poetry slams in high school to feel artistic and deep. But then we realized we didn’t have what it takes to be a poet, all we wanted was to laugh at how serious some people took themselves. Granted that’s our own shortcoming and perhaps we need to work on getting in touch with our emotions, but tonight it is ok to laugh at the poets at Galapagos. At the Poetry Vs. Comedy Variety Show poets rage against comedians in a battle of wits. Featuring poets Scotty The Blue Bunny, Nathan Penlington and Thaddeus Rutkowski and comedians Carolyn Castiglia, Jon Friedman and Becky Yamamoto.
Cheryl B. presents The Poetry Vs. Comedy Variety Hour – Tonight @ 10pm – FREE
Galapagos Art Space – 70 N. 6th Street in Brooklyn

Maybe I'll see some of you there.

Jon F.


"WISH YOU WERE HERE" debuts tonight!

New show from The Wiener Philharmonic debuts tonight. New videos and new sketch! It is funny!

These guys work so hard and it really shows. Special thanks to Jon Bulette for his behind the scenes selfless hard work.

Wish You Were Here
Juvie Hall at the Gene Frankel Theater
24 Bond Street (bet. Lafayette and Bowery)
June 2nd
9:30 PM


From the Wiener Philharmonic Website - NEW SHOW!



Let us shove your sausagey arms into a pair of water wings and drag you to the beach in our new sketch show about vacation. We promise that you'll get a randy sunburn and bring home an illegitimate child, because, Sugarpuff, it's gonna get crazy!!

Wish You Were Here
Juvie Hall at the Gene Frankel Theater
24 Bond Street (bet. Lafayette and Bowery)
June 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th
9:30 PM

You can purchase tickets on Smarttix!

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