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zygon

 [zi´gon]
the stem connecting the two branches of a zygal fissure.

zy·gon

(zī'gon),
The short crossbar connecting the branches of a zygal fissure.
[G. crossbar, yoke]

zy·gon

(zī'gon)
The short crossbar connecting the branches of a zygal fissure.
[G. crossbar, yoke]
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Stewart wrote two stories for Doctor Who in the mid-1970s - The Seeds of Doom and The Terror of the Zygons. Starring Tom Baker as the Doctor, both are now regarded as classics.
I get to work, blow up daleks and chase Zygons down corridors.
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anniversary and a special episode aired in November, featuring both Smith and his predecessor David Tennant, along with Dalek fleets, Zygons and Billie Piper reprising her role.
It struck the proper balance between spectacle and mild terror (Daleks blowing everything up, the actually quite horrible Zygons), a time-twisting plot to flex the brain, nods to the programme's recent and distant past, and a trajectory for the future.
The episode will see David Tennant reprise his role as the 10th Doctor alongside current Doctor Matt Smith, while the time traveller's famous enemies the Daleks and the Zygons will also make an appearance.
And Nick is looking forward to seeing classic foes the Daleks, and Zygons, when the 50th anniversary episode airs next week.
He explained the story focuses on the most important thing that ever happened to the Doctor, and welcomes back the shape-shifting Zygons, which haven't been seen since the 1970s.