After all, the storyteller has to notice everything about their work, and then create the story over the course of weeks or months, which means they have plenty of time to forget about details that would be obvious to a person who absorbs the story over the course of mere hours.
And then, once the story is published, those plot holes are out there for all the world to see, and the chances are pretty good that the creator won't be the first to notice them.
And then there are people like me. The people who gleefully make things worse by turning those plot holes into a video and setting them to funny music so everyone can laugh at them.
If you're a fellow Farscape fan, I think you'll have fun with this. Plot holes, logic bombs, and one vicious verbal burn, all packed into 8.5 hilarious minutes.