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Ashton Kutcher's 'Two and a Half Men' Trailer Could House a Family of Four (At Least)

Date August 15, 2011
Two and a Half Men City-dwellers, you probably won't be happy with this latest bit of news from the 'Two and a Half Men' set -- People magazine has photos of the ginormous trailer Ashton Kutcher spends his downtime in while on the set of his CBS sitcom, and it's about three times the size of your two-bedroom apartment (at least).

There are seven 60-inch 3D plasma...

Two and a Half Men City-dwellers, you probably won't be happy with this latest bit of news from the 'Two and a Half Men' set -- People magazine has photos of the ginormous trailer Ashton Kutcher spends his downtime in while on the set of his CBS sitcom, and it's about three times the size of your two-bedroom apartment (at least).

There are seven 60-inch 3D plasma TVs in more than 1,000 square feet, which includes two bathrooms, a "conference area" and a kitchen with granite countertops, says People.

According to the Daily Mail, CBS shells out $8,750 a week to rent the trailer, which is probably nicer than any place I will ever reside in my entire life. People reports that it would cost $2 million to actually buy one of the trailers.

While Kutcher's making $500K less than Charlie Sheen did per 'Men' episode -- a TV Guide report last week put his salary around $700,000 a week -- that is some piece of real estate considering it's only for on-set breaks. Did we mention that it has "side sections and a second floor that hydraulically emerge from vehicle's main body, as well as a wireless touch screen that controls heat, air conditioning, brightness and the blinds," according to People?

Tell us: What do you think of Ashton's new digs?

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