Alice is a burnt out. She tries to keep her kids in order, her husband happy, and runs a cause of trying to save a tree she loves. One day when looking in her three way mirror, she wishes ... See full summary »
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Alice is a burnt out. She tries to keep her kids in order, her husband happy, and runs a cause of trying to save a tree she loves. One day when looking in her three way mirror, she wishes there was more of her. All of the sudden, the three reflections of Alice pop out of the mirror. One version is motherly and takes care of her kids, the second one works on the cause that Alice is fighting, and the final version of Alice is oversexed and just wants to please Alice's husband, Rex. The trade off is that the real Alice becomes invisible. At first, Alice enjoys her peace and quiet, but when her alter egos start running amok and start doing things she doesn't like, Alice vows to take her life back. Written by
After a frantic morning, way too busy TV-movie mom Molly Shannon (as Alice McGowan) looks in her three-way mirror and wishes there were "More of Me". Shazam! Presto! and Abracadabra! or however it happens, three Alices appear. Super-motherly "Superego Alice" takes care of needy twin tots Jake Beale (as Boone) and Abigail Falle (as Viv). Environmentally aware "Ego Alice" and pal Kimberly Huie (as Ginni) lead a community protest against chopping down a favorite tree. And, sexually-charged "Id Alice" wants nothing more than bed-time with wavy-haired husband Steven Weber (as Rex). At first, Ms. Shannon likes having her three alter-egos around. She no longer has to take a bath with baby-wipes and be in three places at once. She has time to relax in her hammock. But, there is a problem - nobody sees the real Alice...
**** More of Me (11/17/07) Daisy von Scherler-Mayer ~ Molly Shannon, Steven Weber, Kimberly Huie, Jake Beale
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