Ashton Kutcher's already taken his place on "Two and a Half Men" and claimed Charlie Sheen's two-story mega luxury trailer. It's called "Baby Girl" and, at just-under-$9,000-per-week, it's got more screens than an Apple Store and more couches than an Ikea.

The 1,100-ft, two-story trailer now in Kutcher's possession is called a "Mobile Estate" and is built by Anderson Mobile Estates, the company responsible for building the gargantuan trailer Will Smith got in trouble for in New York City.

It's designed like a cross between a luxury hotel room and a party bus, featuring numerous lobbies, two restrooms, shower, an office, conference room, and a master bedroom. Click through the gallery to see the rest of "Baby Girl."

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A full-sized kitchen for when Kutcher and crew desire a snack, complete with oak wood and marble treatments throughout.


In addition to al the smaller screens around the trailer, there are seven 60-inch 3D plasma screens for viewing old episodes of "That '70s Show" and "Punk'D."


The mobile estate now weighs approximately 30 tons, which is no shock when you realize basically every surface is covered in marble or wood.

(Hat tip to M2M!)