No mystery here, I think. All that "Bob's your uncle" means is "and there you have it" or perhaps "voila!". It's a British expression, well-documented in British English A to Zed (which is where I learned it).

I've heard Brits construct elaborate references to the basic phrase, e.g. "And Robert's your father's brother"...

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