Roseanne Barr and John Goodman Give Taste of 'Roseanne' Revival at Golden Globes

The long-running American sitcom is coming back after more than 20 years, but the TV couple seems like they never left while presenting an award.

Roseanne Barr and John Goodman are falling right back into their roles!

The stars of the long-running sitcom Roseanne, which returns to ABC on March 27, presented the award for Best TV Drama at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, where the TV couple gave a little taste of the revival with some brief banter.

"I'm kinda known for creating some great drama," Barr said, with Goodman replying, "Yeah, not the kind you get awards for..."

Whether the two were referring to the onscreen drama, Barr's notable off-screen antics, or both, it's good to see the two sharing the screen once again.

Ahead of the show, Barr and Goodman's co-star, Lady Bird's Laurie Metcalf, talked to ET's Kevin Frazier about the "rush" of feelings she felt returning to the set where she spent so much time.

"What was the most surreal was walking back onto the set which they recreated -- to the pillows, to the photos on the wall -- and it was a rush of feelings, we spent nine years doing it together, we're like a family, and so weirdly, [it was like] no time had passed, but decades had passed."

"Some of the little children that were born on the show, their characters are on the show, so there's a new family dynamic, but it's also a throwback to how it used to be," she explained of the revival. "It's stories that happened within the family."