Only in to two episodes of his new role on ‘Two And A Half Men’ Kutcher is already getting some flack for something he did that upset CBS.  In a scene where Kutcher’s character, Walden Schmidt, is using his lap top propped open with stickers coverd on top by Foursquare, Hipmunk, Chegg, and Group Me are all company’s that Kutcher is holding  personal stock in.  CBS is telling the companies that they want compensation for free promotion of the companies.  CBS says that the logos will be blurred out in future airings of the show if they do not pay.  No comments yet from any of the companies or Kutcher on the issue.