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goodness gracious me

A mild exclamation of surprise, alarm, dismay, annoyance, or exasperation. Goodness gracious me, look at the time! How is it nearly midnight already? Goodness gracious me, I'll never get this report finished on time!
See also: goodness, gracious
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Joe re-entering the kitchen empty-handed, to stop short and stare, in her wondering lament of "Gracious goodness gracious me, what's gone - with the - pie
explains the 51-year-old, who started his working life as a marketing executive before switching to comedy, and starring in the likes of Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars At No.
While Roger is often asked about the classic Sixties series, Sanjeev ias asked about The Kumars and Goodness Gracious Me, which recently returned for a special one-off.
GOODNESS GRACIOUS ME SPECIAL BBC2, 10pm Last year, as part of BBC Two's 50th anniversary celebrations, Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nina Wadia and Kulvinder Ghir reteamed for a special edition of their groundbreaking British Asian sketch show.
As part of BBC2's 50th anniversary celebrations, the cast of Goodness Gracious Me are re-uniting for a one-off special in May.
The channel must be wishing for the days of comedy sketch show Goodness Gracious Me, which found humour in traditions we all could find funny.
But all I told him was, 'Don't do the whole Goodness Gracious Me thing.
They first met on the hit Asian comedy series Goodness Gracious Me.
Other British comedies to make it into the top 20 include The League of Gentlemen, Goodness Gracious Me, The Two Ronnies and French and Saunders.
The pair met almost 10 years ago while filming hit Asian comedy sketch show Goodness Gracious Me.
At a celebration dinner at the Natural History Museum last month, which was attended by celebrities Dr Raj Persaud, Martin Bashir, Gargy Patel and Nina Wadia of Goodness Gracious Me, steel baron Lakshmi Mittal was recognised as Britain's richest Asian with a personal fortune worth 1.
She and Sanjeev will be creating more laughs together, however, as they collaborate on a Goodness Gracious Me special to be shown in September, during the BBC's India season.
The Wolverhamptonborn star has made the nation laugh in hit comedy series like Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars At No 42, but she is also an established author with successful novels and screenplays to her name.