Beginning in season 24, on November 9, 1992, a newer, and slightly faster version of the theme surfaced. The theme song was re-recorded for the opening credits with a more upbeat, calypso, island like tune instead of the harmonica-themed melody of the previous versions with children singing. This version was heard during the show's opening for six more seasons. Like the previous version, this arrangement also had an instrumental version that closed every episode, and would continue to do so until season 38, outlasting the vocal version. Also during season 24 from November 9, 1992 through April 28, 1993 (episode 3006 to 3128) the harmonica music used at the beginning and end of each episode still remained throughout most of the season until April 29, 1993 starting with episode 3129, when the harmonica music was changed to calypso. Even though the vocal calypso theme was discontinued after Season 29 from November 17, 1997 to May 15, 1998, the instrumental calypso theme was still used at the beginning of street scenes up to Season 37 from 2006, the final season to use the instrumental opening. After the episode number was shown, Big Bird appeared briefly laughing. Then, from November 9, 1992, to May 15, 1998, Grover notices a group of children along with Oscar the Grouch (in his trashcan) either running or skating beside a neighborhood mural. Then, Grover summons a monkey on the mural, which came to real life. From November 21, 1994, to May 14, 1998, Zoe notices kids feeding CGI circus animals that came to real life from circus posters on a construction site board. Cookie Monster would then wave to the viewers in a submarine in a pool, followed by children writing numbers with chalk as they would magically fly off the screen. The Count draws a number zero and laughs to transition to the next scene. From November 9, 1992, to May 15, 1998, Prairie Dawn would spin around with a girl who did a cartwheel. From November 21, 1994, to May 14, 1998, some kids would run a race while Baby Natasha pulls down the finish line rope. Next, a group of children play baseball where Elmo catches a swirly ball and cheers. Meanwhile, another group of kids cheer while watching the game on TV at a video store. However, Ernie switches the channel to a confused Bert. Telly and a girl bounce on a trampoline after Ernie points the remote towards the screen. Finally, Big Bird walks across the screen and tells the viewers to come with him as he and a group of kids walk down Central Park.