Lucy Cunningham-Schultz was the most recurring child character on Adventures in Odyssey, with over seventy appearances, more than any other child character. Lucy was an ace reporter for the Odyssey Owl, her school newspaper. She worked as an intern at the Odyssey Times and was often considered to be a "goody two-shoes" and was indeed strong and sincere in her Christian beliefs. Her biggest character flaw was that she had a sarcastic streak and could also be prideful at times, though she always owned up to her mistakes. She was frequently the counterpart and moral adviser to her friends Isaac Morton, Sam Johnson, Jack Davis and Curt Stevens. She either lived on Greentree or Lynnwood. When she grew up she married Jack Davis.
 Facts About Lucy
- Her first name is really "Lucille" (#168: “The Curse”).
- Lucy got tired of being a goody two shoes once.
- Lucy wrote about the endangered species of family heritage.
- She has two last names because her dad died in a car accident and her mom remarried.
- She loves being a reporter
- The Writers wrote her marriage with Jack Davis into the story because the two actors married in real life.
 Last Name
One of the biggest goofs surrounding Adventures in Odyssey involves Lucy's last name. With several contradictions and a tangled mess of mistaken information, the Lucy's Last Name goof is the source of plenty of confusion among fans. For more information, see the article.
Lucy's father Hal Cunningham, died in a car accident when she was 9. She kept her dad's name and hyphenated her mom's name Schultz, too.
- Main article: Schultz family
Not much is known of Lucy's family, however we do know that she is now married to Jack Davis.
|“|| Jellyfish: What’s going on? What’s happenin'?
Richard Maxwell: Don’t you know? It’s a rescue.
Jellyfish: Who is that? Who are you?
Richard Maxwell: Don’t get all bent out of shape, it’s just me!
|“|| Lucy: Would this be the Curt-Stevens-offering-candy-as-they-come-out-of-the-bathroom-so-they-will-say-what-I-want-them-to-say poll?
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: I just can't. I'm a Christian, Mr. Winthrop, and I believe that God created man not that he evolved from an amoeba...
|“|| Isaac Morton: What are you my mother? Look not that it's any of your business, but it's only Saturday morning. I've got the rest of the weekend to do this report. Everything's under control. So don't worry about it. OK?
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: OK you don't have to get hyper. It's your grade.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: I didn't know you sing.
John Whittaker: Well I'm sure a lot of our choir members think I can't. But I do my best.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: So let me get this straight. A cowboy with a big, floppy hat and silver spurs rode up to you on a purple hook-and-ladder fire engine, and asked to use your mother’s new umbrella?
Leslie (a) : Yeah.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: Another dumb movie.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: I may be little, but I'm not a little reporter!
|“|| Jonah: And for my disobedience, I wind up here, in the belly of a whale.
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: Big fish.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: Eugene, do you know him?
Richard Maxwell: Know me? We used to work together, ain't that right, Multsey baby?
Eugene Meltsner: We were briefly employed with the same organization.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: You want us to buy juice, Mr. Whittaker?
John Whittaker: Well, that's what it says.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: His name was Hal Cunningham. I was Cunningham before my mom got remarried. He was a reporter for the Odyssey Times. That's why I always wanted to be a reporter.
|“|| Mr. Johnson: Uh, excuse me. What are you doing?
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: Oh, Mr. Johnson! You're back.
Mr. Johnson: Yeah, and just in time too, I see. Is this what you do when I'm away, Lucy? Steal my newspaper?
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: No! No, sir! I mean - this is the first time. I mean, we weren't stealing, actually. We just wanted to look at the movie section.
|“|| Richard Maxwell: ...we worked with the five C's.
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: The five C's? What's that?
Richard Maxwell: Campbell County Community College Computers.
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: Oh, that's clever.
Richard Maxwell: Yeah, and cute too.
|“|| Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: What do you think tomorrow will be like?
John Whittaker: Oh, I spose it will be a typical day in Odyssey.
Lucy Cunningham-Schultz: What do you mean by a typical day?
John Whittaker: Anything can happen! That's what I like about this place.