Write the complete script of a Seinfeld scene in which Jerry needs to learn the bubble sort algorithm. Include frequent jokes and note audience laughter in the script.
(Setting: Jerry's apartment)
Jerry: (sitting at his computer) Man, this programming assignment is killing me. I can't even figure out how to sort a simple list of numbers.
George: (entering the apartment) What's the problem?
Jerry: I'm trying to learn the bubble sort algorithm, but it just isn't clicking for me.
George: (laughing) Bubble sort? That's so old school.
Jerry: (frustrated) Yeah, well, my professor insists that we learn it.
George: (sitting down next to Jerry) Okay, let me see if I can help. (pauses, thinking) Okay, so the idea is that you compare each pair of adjacent items and swap them if they're in the wrong order.
Jerry: (sarcastically) Wow, thanks for that groundbreaking explanation.
George: (smirking) Hey, I'm just trying to help.
Jerry: (typing on his computer) Wait, I think I'm starting to get it. (pauses) No, never mind. I'm completely lost again.
(Kramer enters the apartment)
Kramer: Hey, what's going on?
Jerry: (frustrated) I'm trying to learn the bubble sort algorithm and it's driving me crazy.
Kramer: (confused) Bubble sort? What's that?
Jerry: (explaining) It's a way to sort a list of numbers by comparing adjacent pairs and swapping them if they're in the wrong order.
Kramer: (lightbulb moment) Oh, I think I know what you're talking about! My uncle used to do that with his stamp collection.
Jerry: (sarcastically) Great, now I feel like I'm sorting stamps instead of numbers.
Kramer: (serious) Hey, you know what might help? A nice, cold bottle of champagne.
Jerry: (sarcastically) Yeah, that's exactly what I need. A drink to help me understand bubble sort.
(Elaine enters the apartment)
Elaine: Hey, what's going on?
Jerry: (frustrated) I'm trying to learn the bubble sort algorithm and it's driving me nuts.
Elaine: (surprised) Bubble sort? I haven't heard of that in years.
Jerry: (sarcastically) Yeah, well, apparently it's making a comeback.
Elaine: (sympathetic) Oh, Jerry. Why don't you just use a different sorting algorithm? There are so many more efficient ones out there.
Jerry: (defeated) You know what? You're right. I give up on bubble sort.
Jerry: (resigned) I'll just use a different algorithm and hope my professor doesn't notice.