At least you didnt snap the plastic off the pump lol.
Btw, here's a tip to bleed the res very quickly. You cut a short piece of tubing long enough to reach INSIDE the res and reach the tunnel where the water enters the res and into the pump, and leave about 2 inches outside the fillport so you can manipulate it.
Cut the tubing in half length-wise. When you are filling up the loop, get the large air bubbles out first by tilting the case, make sure the water doesnt spill out of the fillport for obvious reasons.
Then push the tubing into the res. The internal part of the tubing will cover up the tunnel where the water enters the res, this will direct air bubbles into the tubing and then up and out of the res. Make sure the tubing doesnt entirely cover up the hole where the pump takes in water.
Here's the tubing I made. The part where the internal part of the tubing is covers the water inlet tunnel for the res.
I bled the loop in like 30 minutes, removing a lot of bubbles, you can leave the tubing in there. Remember not to fill the res to the very brim, as the water that hits against the tubing will create ripples and torrents, that will go above the tubing and might flow out of the fillport. I managed to remove almost all of the air bubbles by leaving the tubing there while I leak test overnight. Though, there are still some small air bubbles in the loop now.