Sybil: I’m ready to travel and you are my ticket. To get away from this house, away from this life!
Sybile: No. Uncle Tom Cobley.
Uncle Tom Cobley was a character in the traditional folk song “Widecombe Fair,” one of seven men who go to the fair with a horse who dies along the way. Uncle Tom Cobley, whose name is the song’s refrain in the line “Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all,” was possibly baed on a real person who lived in Devon in the early 1800s. The common British expression “Uncle Tom Cobley and all” is used to mean “et cetera”