That sounds like a rotten way to start the week. You should bring your Samsung into a service technician to vacuum the interior. It's released mercury and needs to be cleaned. Be sure to wear gloves while handling the broken pieces, wash you hands afterwards and don't put the shards into general garbage. They need to be sent off to the same drop-off you do for your light bulbs.
Here is an article that will help you do the initial clean-up before taking it in to get cleaned by your technician:http://www.fixyourdlp.com/2012/07/16/wh ... -explodes/
Hope this helps. Does anyone else out there have experience with cleaning up broken bulbs?