Kutcher recently parked a massive two-story trailer on the grounds the show's Warner Bros. film lot in Burbank, Calif. Featuring satellite TV hookups, TMZ.com reports Kutcher's home on wheels has a series of pop out compartments to make it even larger.
Kutcher's predecessor, Charlie Sheen -- fired from the series in March -- also had a penchant for tricked-out trailers. His was said to include a bed, gourmet kitchen and a plasma TV.
Though his trailer was permanently removed from the WB lot shortly after his dismissal, Sheen, 46, made a film about his attempt to save the converted bus from being towed away. "If somehow we can somehow arrange going to the studio and getting my bus, it will be the most epic piece of television ever produced!" Sheen told RadarOnline.com at the time of his plan, dubbed "Operation Greyhound."
Kutcher's stint on Two and a Half Men opposite Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones begins September 19.