In 1971, spy spoofs were going the way of the Edsel, after Get Smart had ended a 5 year run a few months earlier.
NBC & Screen Gems had other ideas.
Inside O. U. T. was an attempt at giving Bill Daily, a year removed from I Dream of Jeannie, a shot at being a lead, fronting an ensemble cast that included Edward Andrews (ex-Broadside), Farrah Fawcett (five years before Charlie's Angels), and Val Bisoglio (who'd move on to Roll Out!, then Quincy).
The plot, such as it is: Ron Hart (Daily) is tasked to retrieve some accidentally created counterfeit money by the director of finance (Andrews). Alan Oppenheimer, years before reinventing himself as a voice actor, co-stars.