P.E. is giving you the best method for bleeding the clutch hydraulics, it's the only way to get ALL the air out, but my experience has been if you just bleed it a little with the two person method, then let it sit overnight the bubbles will come up well enough to work fine.
One adder to what P.E. said about hassling with removing and replacing the master cylinder(and he's right, it IS a hassle). There is an eccentric on one of the mount bolts. This should be turned such that you leave a little free play. This will prevent the throw out bearing from riding on the pressure plate fingers constantly. It is only packed in grease and not designed to turn all the time.