When I went through this thread, I really enjoyed it and smiled. I couldn't laugh as I was sitting with some people while browsing it via mobile in an Airport lounge. Also, it took me to the olden days of DD's question and answers session which used to be telecasted earlier. Those days the Dy. director used to respond to the questions and his posture used to be in a serious mood. The anchor used to read the question and he would give a reply. The questions may be about the improvement of the channel or their rating about the programme telecasted during the previous week etc. That used to be a family session for all of us too, just like Chitrhaar and I used to sit with my parents and my brother and sisters. In one episode, a sudden question was posed (may not be scrutinised or deliberately included, I don't know) - "Sir, why do you look serious when you respond to our questions? Why can't you make a sceptic smile on your face, at least while answering a question?"
All of us laughed a lot very loudly and we could hear the same from our neighbourhood too. Even the anchor smiled and the respondent too. Later, he answered, "I am scared of the questions posed by the viewers and worried about their feedback. That is the real reason but I, too, am humorous and a human being with emotions."
I think this answer would suffice the question posed by the author of this thread and I realised now that the earth is always round. Yesterday it was the turn of the Dy. Director, DD in the said episode, now it's ours and maybe yours' tomorrow!