Sometimes don't you wish there were two of you, or three or four? With all the things there are to do, there just aren't enough hours in the day. Well, Molly Shannon stars as Alice, a woman who is overworked and overstressed and soon splits into four. The three additional versions each take on separate parts of her life. One is a great housekeeper, baker, and mother. Another is the perfect executive, taking on the task of saving a tree in town which is an important cause to Alice. And a third takes on the task of spicing up Alice's life with her husband (Steven Weber). The problem for the original Alice is, while the three copies are around, no one can see or hear her, except the other Alices.

In the beginning having three copies taking over her life is a relief. She sees the benefit of being able to be in three places at once. But soon the three start overproducing, so to speak, and the original Alice wants her life back. Unfortunately, the other three are having a great time and do not want to surrender to her. Once she wants her life back, they cease to exist as separate entities.

This is a cute little story that enforces the fact that some of us just need to take some time for ourselves and learn to delegate a little. We are, after all, only human. But it's still fun to think about having a copy of ourselves and being able to be in two places at once. But take it from Alice, it's not all it's cracked up to be. Some things are just too good to be true.

More of Me premieres November 17 at 9 PM ET/PT on Lifetime.