Comedian Neal Brennan is probably best known as the co-creator of Chappelle’s Show. “That’s what will probably be in my obituary,” he says. Not like that’s the worst thing they could say about a guy. “No, no, no,” he agrees. “I have come to grips with the fact that I may never top it. But I’m a pretty good stand-up so hopefully I’ll be known for that as well.” Though he still dabbles in TV and film, his main focus is stand-up. “At a stand-up comedy show you’ll laugh two hundred times,” he says. “Fifty, if you have a rough sense of humor. What movie have you laughed at that much?” Delivering that amount of humor isn’t easy, but Brennan rises to the challenge every day. “I’m at the whim of my own ideas,” he says. “Comedy is the only profession where you wake up and say, ‘I have no idea whether I’m going to be able to do this today.’ ” Neal Brennan performs at Go Bananas in Montgomery Thursday through Sunday. Showtime is 8 p.m., plus a 10:30 p.m. showing Friday and Saturday. Tickets are $8-$14. 513-984-9288. gobananascomedy.com. For the full audio version of this interview listen to PF’s Tape Recorder, Episode 32, at pfradio.podbean.com.