Sorry Prish, I've been really busy with other stuff and haven't been able to check here as much. Sorry to be so "scrutinizing" too.
What I was looking for is just any write-up where you mostly mention the relationship and how Contemplation and pondering is causing conflict in the relationship or applied to the relationship... You should be able to summarize it without mentioning the individual characters' names, just talk "they" and "the relationship" (or write in first-person plural "we").
That said, I think your idea works, it's not hard to summarize that as: The different ways they think about logic causes them consternation which brings them closer together as they ponder over their differences. Until the contemplation leads to their determining that one of them has lied to the other...
Greg - I think yours works great. There is a pigheadedness causing trouble between them, their relationship is conflicted by its own fixed attitudes sort of like a single character that's conflicted by two opposing beliefs. (1. we are meant for each other. 2. it's too dangerous to be together)