It's been said that a schlemiel is someone who spills soup and a schlimazel is whoever they spill it on. Yiddish words are such fun to say. Here's a nice list.
I also was surprised that "shrinking violet" was a TS. It turns up in the great Tom Lehrer's spoof of war songs, So Long, Mom. "Little Johnny Jones was a US Pilot/And no shrinking vi'let/ was he,,,"
No idea on FJ. The only British comedy I could think of with an object in the title was The Wrong Box, and I knew that was pre-1975. I've put off watching Monty Python and the Holy Grail because I fear the line-quoters have long since ruined the best bits. (Not trying to be like Friday's contestant Gabriel by humblebragging about it.)